Podcast #8 : Mental Health – Tool Box
Available June 29, 2020
Mental and Health are not just words. They represent the health of oneself, the health of the soul. In the second part of our podcast on mental health, we continue our discussion with Chantale Blanchette, trainer with the Mental Health Commission of Canada and Sherry Lachine, owner of social enterprise Broadmind. Julie Brisson, from adult learning centre La Route du Savoir animates an in-depth discussion about a passionate subject that touches us all.
Podcast #8 : Mental Health - Tool Box
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Mental Health Resources
With the help of Chantale Blanchette, Sherry Lachine, et Julie Brisson, ACFOMI presents this list of resources available in Kingston.
She holds a degree in Public Relations as well as a certificate in law and has discovered her passion for teaching throughout the years. She taught French as a second language for several years at variety of language schools in addition to developing and delivering workshops while she was an instructor for the young adult program offered by Service Canada.
Since she arrived in Kingston in September 2015, Chantale has been the project co-ordinator for the Réseau de soutien à l’immigration francophone de l’est de l’Ontario, a program financed by Immigration Refugee, and Citizen Canada.
Sherry is the owner of Broadmind, a company with a focus on strategies for mental health, in workplaces, communities and for individuals. She started her career as a Professional Engineer in the Canadian military then became a mental health professional with an MSc in Applied Psychology with a focus on mental health. She is a certified Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) advisor on the standard for Psychological Health and Safety (PH&S) and instructs Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) to adults and the veteran’s community across Canada.
She believes in supporting connections in workplaces and in her Kingston community.
ACFOMI strives to welcome, develop, fulfill, and vitalize the French-speaking community in the Thousand Islands region through diversified programming and services.
We believe in integrity, collaboration, respect, and trust.
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