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December 3 & 4, 2018
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM EDT


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Mental Health First Aid Certification

Hamilton, ON


Presented by Suzanne Witt-Foley

Mental health first aid (MHFA) is the help provided to a person developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. The first aid is given until appropriate professional treatment is received or until the crisis is resolved.

December 3 & 4, 2018
Visitors Inn
Hamilton, ON

8:30am - 4:30pm both days
$225 + HST *

Includes coffee, tea, all participant materials, a printed certificate, wallet card and participant manual to keep.
* Special for Hamilton event - your registration fee includes the bonus gift book "Anxiety Warrior" *  Suzanne is a co-author of this practical resource full of ideas and strategies for managing anxiety and promoting overall well being.
                                               

Participation limited to 25 - Book early!  


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This is an evidence based certification course. 
It is offered in 25 countries around the world. 
To date in Canada, 300,000 people have been certified.

Course Description

Why Train with Suzanne Witt-Foley?  
Suzanne has 25 years of field experience and has instructed more than 140 courses  since January 2014 and certified nearly 3,000 Mental Health First Aiders...with rave reviews!   

MHFA Canada is a 12-hour course that trains you to recognize the signs and
symptoms of the following mental health disorders: •Substance misuse and substance-related disorders •Mood-related disorders, including depression and bipolar •Anxiety and trauma-related disorders, including panic attacks and post-traumatic
stress disorder •Psychotic disorders, including schizophrenia The course also trains you on MHFA Canada for the following situations that
could occur in your organization: •Overdosing, signs and symptoms, as well as what to do until a healthcare
professional arrives •Assisting someone who is at a risk of suicide •Acute stress reactions including panic attacks and how you can assist •Psychotic episodes and what you need to know In addition: •Reduce the stigma associated with mental health in your workplace, which
stops many people from seeking the help they need •Potentially save the life of a loved one, co-worker, or client/customer •Obtain certification from the Mental Health Commission of Canada that adds
to your professional development •Reduce the potential costs to your organization, which are associated with
poor mental health, such as absenteeism and low productivity. •Create a culture of support and awareness
What are people saying?
 
"Wow - Incredible!  By far the most valuable course I have
taken in my lifetime. I am so grateful for the opportunity to
have experienced this." 
                                                  -TLDSB Educator, May 20th 2016 
 


"The presenter was up to date, engaging, passionate,
entertaining and easy to understand. Suzanne made us
feel comfortable talking about uncomfortable subjects."
    

                                                           -Participant, July 19th 2016 

"The instructor was brilliant!
I will be recommending this to everyone." 
                                                             -Participant, May 20th 2016

Hosted by CAST Canada    www.cast-canada.ca

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Approved for 12 continuing education (CEU) hours 
 by the Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation.
 

  

   Questions? Or interested in learning how to have Suzanne
visit your community or do an in-service?

        Email CAST Canada            1-705-749-6145 

 

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