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Minds on Mental Health Evening Seminar Series

Minds on Mental Health at Hincks Dellcrest (HD) Institute

The HD Institute, is the research and training arm of CCMH. Our focus is on outreach and capacity building within the children’s mental health sector.  We are pleased to say that each year we train over 2,500 practitioners through our certificate programs, one and two-day workshops, along with our evening seminars.

At the Institute, we continue to respond to the challenges of improving mental health care for children, youth and families by providing advanced training, research and community consultation to support your needs. Our academic calendar and our Minds on Mental Health seminars offer a wide spectrum of education, and training led by locally and internationally renowned facilitators.

Who should attend:
Our seminar series is aimed at parents, grandparents, teachers, child development professionals, and others who can help children grow will find these learning experiences filled with practical skills that can promote children’s well-being, and improve the lives of families.

$20 per person

6:30 - 7 p.m. Doors open/registration
7 - 8:30 p.m. Presentation
8:30 - 9 p.m. Networking

For your convenience, registration is available online. For more information, or to register for a specific seminar simply click the more link at the end of the seminar description. Alternatively, you may contact Mary Anne at

If you have questions, or suggestions for topics you would like to see added to our Minds on Mental Health seminar series, please contact the training department at 416-924-1164, ext. 8707, or toll-free at 1-855-944-HOPE (4673), ext. 8707, or via email at

On behalf of our facilitators and staff, we thank you for trusting us with your training requirements, and we look forward to welcoming you to the HD Institute.

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Conversations Gone Right: 
Tips for Talking with Children around Difficult Topics 

Date: Thursday February 15, 2018
Facilitator: Pamela King, MS, LMFT

Description: Participants will learn practical easy-to-implement strategies and creative approaches for parent child conversations about difficult topics like trauma, misbehavior, lying, and stealing that encourage responsibility, self-motivation, and resiliency. There will be an emphasis on what is already working in our parenting, and participants will be given the opportunity to share ideas to encourage children to be solution builders in their own lives.  More