FREE WEBINAR: Mental Health During COVID-19

May 11, 2020

Bridges Health is is pleased to be participating in this fantastic virtual event, hosted by Service Hospitality's Mental Health Best Practice Group. 

 

 

Join us on Wednesday, May 27th from 1 - 5:30 p.m. (CST) for a FREE LIVE webinar presented by Service Hospitality. 

The Mental Health During COVID-19 webinar will provide you with valuable information and resources from the line up of experienced, special guest speakers about mental health during these challenging times. We are going through this worldwide pandemic together and want to be able to provide you with the tools necessary to deal with the current changes we are experiencing in our daily lives. Your mental health is an important piece of the puzzle when it comes to coping while being isolated at home and adjusting to this new way of life.  

 

 

SPACE IS LIMITED! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW!

 

 

The first 300 registrants will receive a FREE copy of Dr. Bill Howatt's new book, "Stop Hiding and Start Living."

 
About the Book: The fact is most of us have something happening in our life that is a distraction, drain or concern. The frequency, duration and intensity of the stress we are perceiving can predict the degree it may negatively impact our mental health and happiness. This is why Dr. Bill Howatt created the F-it model to help people who are feeling stuck in one part of their life to move from fear, failure, focus, finishing to flourishing.
 

 

 

MEET THE LINE UP OF SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS:

 

 

Dr. Bill Howatt

Dr. Bill Howatt is the President of Howatt HR. Bill’s life has not been an easy path. He understands the daily struggle of being a human being. Bill has had some major setbacks that have challenged his resiliency, such as being adopted, failing grade two, and living with a mental health illness. He has over 30 years’ experience in mental health and addictions, HR and leadership.

 

 

Phyllis O'Connor 

Phyllis is the Executive Director at the Canadian Mental Health Association, she has been with CMHA for over 20 years. Phyllis is an advocate for mental health and works towards reducing the stigma that is associated with mental illness and mental health. Phyllis will be sharing information on Mental Health and COVID-19 Pandemic, shedding light on the emotions and uncertainty that comes with it and how to navigate it.

 

 

Denise Klotz
Denise is the Director of the Workers’ Advocate office with the Ministry of Labour Relations & Workplace Safety. She is going to take some time to discuss the current WCB Psychological Injury Policy and the new presumption of psychological injury legislation. Denise will review these topics to add clarity around the employer’s side and the injured workers that are putting in the claims.

 

Laura Bence

Laura is a Safety Advisor with Service Hospitality and has been with the organization for two years. Prior to her time at Service Hospitality, she was in the hotel industry where she gained extensive knowledge and experience that she brings forward in her role today. She is an advocate for safety within the workplace and encourages each company she works with to have proper safety policies and procedures in place. Her philosophy is that zero is the appropriate amount of injuries in the workplace.

 

 

Elaina Guilmette

Elaina Guilmette is an online teacher at the Sun West Distance Learning Center and is a PhD student at the University of Saskatchewan. Last year, Elaina identified a need for mental wellness education in the secondary school system and co-wrote the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education approved curriculum Mental Wellness 30. Elaina co-developed the online class to provide students all over the province access to mental wellness and mental health education.

 

 

Leon Ferguson

Leon is the Vice President at Bridges Health – Bridges Health is one of the nation’s finest multidisciplinary workplace wellness resources offering holistic health and wellness strategies and solutions within organizations across Canada.

 

 

The Mental Health Best Practice journey started with a group of passionate individuals looking to work together to implement best practices, increase awareness and bring positive changes to mental health, safety and claims management in the workplace. The group has evolved and grown over the years, while the focus has remained the same, on emphasizing the importance of building a healthy awareness and advocating for mental health in the workplace.

 

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