Coping with COVID: Supporting Youth Mental Health
April 20, 2020
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m, EST
Webinar | Virtual Event
With the success we saw from our #IMPACTCOVID Virtual Youth Summit, we, at CCYP, felt compelled to maintain the momentum. We are pleased to announce our #IMPACTCOVID Webinar Series. It will be virtually hosted bi-weekly on Mondays at 1pm (EST). This objective of the project is to provide youth with tips, insights and tools that help them sufficiently navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. These sessions are 100% free.
Our first conversation will be hosted in partnership with The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and the topic is: Coping With COVID: Supporting Youth Mental Health. Here’s what to expect:
As the COVID-19 virus continues to affect our lives, it can feel like a stressful and scary time. It’s normal to feel anxious right now with all the changes happening around us, but it’s also more important than ever to think of ways that you can take care of yourself and focus on your mental health! Join our conversation as we discuss ways to cope during COVID-19 and support youth mental health. This webinar will include a panel of youth experts from CAMH’s National Youth Action Council (NYAC).
About The Instructor:
Karleigh Darnay is of mixed European and Anishinaabe descent and comes from a background in social work. She is the Coordinator of the Youth Engagement Initiative at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and works within the Child, Youth and Emerging Adult Program and the McCain Centre for Child, Youth and Family Mental Health. In her role, she has the opportunity to work alongside young people as partners in clinical research, education and system design initiatives that influence mental health policy and practice.
Accessibility, Technology and Privacy
Registration and Password
A password to access this Zoom meeting will be sent to all registrants via email in the days and hours preceding the event.
This conversation will be presented in a webinar format using Zoom.
We remind you that whatever you say in the webinar is public and recorded, so please do not share sensitive information about yourself or others, and do not say anything you do not wish to enter the public domain.
If you have any questions, concerns, or comments regarding this event feel free to connect with us at email@example.com