Conflict Mediation

Youth Facilitator Training in August 1-3 & 8-10, 2017

The Game Changers Program at St. Stephen's Community House is offering a Youth Facilitator Training open to youth aged 18-25 years old. Youth who participate in the training will be certified in mediation skills and be added to our youth mediator roster. In addition to this, participants will receive a train-the-trainer’s component and become certified facilitators for the Game Changers program. Certified facilitators will be called to co-facilitate mediation skills training in middle schools and high-schools located downtown or in the Jane-Finch community.

Diversity and Equity in Mental Health and Addictions Conference 2017 on May 12, 2017

Start date: Friday, May 12, 2017 - 8:00am to 4:00pm

 

http://www.settlementatwork.org/events/diversity-and-equity-mental-healt...

Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Toronto
475 Yonge St.

Toronto, ON

Description:

Hong Fook Mental Health Association invites you to the Diversity and Equity in Mental Health and Addictions Conference 2017.

Dialogues on Trauma: Meaning Making and Community Building.

Structural Determinants of Youth Bullying and Fighting in 79 Countries

Source: 
Journal of Adolescent Health

Purpose

The prevention of youth violence is a public health priority in many countries. We
examined the prevalence of bullying victimization and physical fighting
in youths in 79 high- and low-income countries and the relations between
structural determinants of adolescent health (country wealth, income
inequality, and government spending on education) and international

Reclaim Your Voice on Oct 22

Every month, Reclaim Your Voice provides safe spaces for survivors of various forms of abuse to share their stories before a supportive audience. Since 2012, over 75 people have broken their silence at our events. If you are tired of carrying the shame of what has happened to you, we encourage you to attend our October 22nd event, either to speak or to listen. You may find tremendous comfort in connecting with those who have walked similar paths.

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