MentalHealthOntario

Emotional Intelligence for Families

During the pandemic, many children missed out on the essential skill of socialization as they mostly studied from home. In the post-pandemic period, our Mental Health team recognized the need to address this challenge and assisted families in responding effectively to such situations. Four placement students developed, delivered and supervised the Emotional Intelligence program for …

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Supporting Family Connections

MNLCT has enjoyed partnerships with various community organizations since our inception. In celebration of our 40th anniversary, we sat down with Cindy Lee, the child protection supervisor from the Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto to discuss “Supporting Family Connections.” This admission-prevention program was started in 2014 with the goal of keeping children in the …

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A female graduate from BREM shares her positive feedback regarding the bridge program.

BREM Bridge to Registration and Employment in Mental Health

Are you a mental health practitioner with training from abroad seeking licensure and work in your specialty in Ontario? The BREM Bridge to Registration and Employment in Mental Health program is the best option that can assist you in achieving your objectives, whether they be to find work in the profession or to fulfill the requirements for …

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Emotional knowledge has given me the freedom I didn’t have before: Sandra’s Story

By Claudia Porras  It has been almost 20 years since Sandra lived day-to-day at the radio stations of Montevideo and Uruguay, creating ad campaigns for local businesses. Surprises in life led her to move to Canada, and she arrived here with her dreams in her suitcase.  It was not easy for her to start over …

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#AskMNLCT: Helping School-Aged Children Manage Emotions

In a survey conducted in the early days of the pandemic, nearly two-thirds of youth said that their mental health had gotten worsen since the pandemic. Children and youth are feeling worried, upset, sad, isolated, stressed, and afraid and they don’t always know who to turn to for help. On November 30, 2021, our panelists discussed current …

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