EHN Canada Webinars

Take a deep dive into mental health and addiction topics with our knowledgeable and passionate speakers. Check back often for updates to our monthly schedule of webinars.


We’re pleased to announce that these webinars are eligible for continuing education units (CEU’s) recognized by the Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation (CACCF), Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA), and College of Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals (CVRP)

Upcoming Webinars – 12:00-12:50pm est

Recognizing and Building Resilience

With Sandeep Marwaha, (Apr 22)

  • Understand the impact of stress on mental health, and know the signs of burnout
  • Define resiliency in a clinical context
  • Identify factors that contribute to managing adversity
  • This Webinar provides 1.0 Ceu’s​

    Past Webinars

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    Suicidal Ideation

    With Reza Toghrol and Amanda Meier (guest) (Jan 14)

  • Reasons that people develop suicidal ideation
  • Strategies or interventions that can be used to prevent suicide
  • When and how to seek help
  • This Webinar provides 1.0 Ceu’s​

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    Virtual Treatments for Mental Health in a Socially Distanced World

    With Lanie Schachter-Snipper and Rochelle Hildebrand (Jan 28)

  • Types of virtual treatment available for mental health and addiction – similarities and differences
  • Effectiveness of virtual treatment compared with in-person therapy
  • Overview of Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) – who they’re for, what they treat, and how they work
  • This Webinar provides 1.0 Ceu’s​

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    Healing Betrayal Trauma

    With Mike Quarress (Feb 11)

  • Reviewing the 13 dimensions of betrayal trauma experienced by partners of those struggling with compulsive sexual behaviour
  • Understanding betrayal trauma treatment principles
  • Coping strategies and ways in which couples can regain trust and intimacy
  • This Webinar provides 1.0 Ceu’s​

    Our Youth in Need: Comprehensive Mental Health Treatment for Young Canadians

    With Richa Sharma and Lanie Schachter-Snipper (Feb 25)

  • Unique aspects and challenges to consider in mental health treatment for youth
  • The need for a full continuum of care for young people across Canada
  • Introduction to EHN Canada's youth treatment programs, including an online Intensive Outpatient Program and inpatient treatment (coming soon)
  • This Webinar provides 1.0 Ceu’s​

    Understanding Eating Disorders

    With Terri Marques (Mar 11)

  • Recognizing the signs and symptoms of disordered eating
  • Interaction between eating disorders and mental health and addiction
  • Evidence-based treatment approaches
  • Overview of Bellwood's new inpatient Eating Disorders Program
  • This Webinar provides 1.0 Ceu’s​

    The Link Between Trauma and Substance Use

    With Ryan Slobodian (Mar 25)

  • Understanding what trauma is including in the context of interpersonal/attachment issues
  • Reviewing how trauma plays a role in the addiction cycle
  • Identifying ways to manage trauma symptoms without substances
  • Principles of treatment in an inpatient vs. outpatient setting
  • This Webinar provides 1.0 Ceu’s​

    Treating Concurrent Mood Disorders and Addiction

    With Dr. Mel Vincent (Apr 8)

  • Understanding the interaction between mood and anxiety disorders and addiction
  • Assessment strategies for identifying concurrent disorders
  • Treatment principles and special considerations in the medical management of co-occurring conditions
  • This Webinar provides 1.0 Ceu’s​

    Webinars from 2020 can also be accessed below

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