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Workplace Mental Health 2018

2019 Event

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2018 Event

For over 10 years this event has delivered the information and insight that leaders need to help create mentally healthy workplaces. This has included extensive discussion of issues such as stigma, employee benefits, return to work, and employee assistance programs. In addition, we have broadened the discussion by introducing a range of topics such a dementia, ADHD, grief, isolation, autism, diversity, resiliency, culture, toxic leadership, and sleep.

This conference covers best practices in the fundamental areas important to mental health leaders in organizations. Thought leaders and subject matter experts revisited the topic areas that have resonated with leaders in years past, and discussed the issues that haven’t been addressed before. Delegates had the opportunity to learn, explore, ask questions, and return to work with the toolkit to have conversations about mental health at work.

Featured Speakers From the 2018 Event

Allan Kehler

Allan Kehler
Author, College Instructor, Speaker
Out from the Shadows Consulting

Alain R. Contant

Alain R. Contant
Director, Employee Assistance Services
Health Canada

Lillian Riad-Allen

Lillian Riad-Allen
Senior Mental Health and Wellness Program Consultant
Healthy Workplace Centre, WSIB

Louisa Nedkov

Louisa Nedkov
Wellness Leader
Halton Healthcare Services Corporation

Geoffrey Soloway

Geoffrey Soloway
Co-Founder and Chief Training Officer

Nikita Rewari

Nikita Rewari
Manager, Research, Evaluation and Knowledge Transition, Prevention and Promotion
Mental Health Commission of Canada

Agnes Mclachlan

Agnes Mclachlan
Wellness and Abilities Management Specialist
City of Barrie

Tanya Sinclair

Tanya Sinclair
Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Director, Human Resources
Pickering Public Library

Dr. Jamie Gruman

Dr. Jamie Gruman
Associate Professor, Organizational Behaviour
University of Guelph


We’d like to thank our generous sponsor for their contribution to this event.

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Lundbeck Canada logo

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homewood WellPoint


Technology Partner

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Marketing Partners

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