Using Short Films To Reduce Stigma Presented by: Ashlen Harkness Too often, the mental health continuum of care begins once a problem has already been identified. The arts, however, provide a unique and powerful way to address mental health stigma, teach warning signs, and open young people to the idea of seeking support, all prior […]
8th Annual National Mental Health Conference This year’s theme: Promoting the Journey to Healing for: Aboriginal Communities, the Criminal Justice System, Children & Youth. View the full conference agenda here.
A free event featuring food, short films, discussion and a resource panel with Q&A. From 4-6pm in S231
Free event featuring dinner, short films, discussion and a panel with Q&A.
Free two-hour event featuring food, winning short films, discussion and Q&A. Held at the Progress Campus Student Centre
Free bilingual events featuring food, short films and discussion, and a Q&A with resource panel. TWO events: 10-12pm or 4-6pm Learn more: https://www.uottawa.ca/wellness/take-part-movies-mental-health-workshop https://www.uottawa.ca/mieuxetre/participez-notre-atelier-films-sante-mentale
Free event featuring winning short films, lunch, and panel discussion with Q&A. In Room N231
Two day filmmaking workshop at two private Montreal-based high schools! Students learned about mental health education, created their own short films and connected with school and community resources.