Changing Minds is an innovative, multi-use mental illness education program. It was created in order to address a community need for mental health education, stigma reduction and to promote a better understanding of mental health and mental illness. This powerful and engaging program will change your mind regarding people with mental illness, delivered by a certified Canadian Mental Health Association of New Brunswick Facilitator.
Who is this program for?
This program is designed for organizations and people that encounter people experiencing mental illness on a daily basis in their occupation. The program helps you to relate to your clients on a more personal level and gives you insight into their way of thinking.
Why the program works
Mental Illness is more challenging to understand than other kinds of illness. It’s easier to understand mental illness when we get to know the individual with the illness and the affect it has on their lives.
To view a more detailed outline of the Changing Minds program, please click here.
What does it cost?
$200.00 including HST per participant or $170.00 for students you’ll receive powerful video testimonials, a PowerPoint presentation, workbooks, group exercises, breaks, meeting space and two certified CMHA trainers included. Group rates can be offered to various government organization, associations, and non-profit groups.
Lunch on your own.
Space is limited so please book early!
Please note that video clips shown in the French sessions are English videos with French subtitles.
Upcoming Training Sessions:
CMHA of NB is pleased to offer the 2 day Changing Minds Program at a subsidized rate of $30 per person, from the regular $200 rate, in partnership with the Department of Health
July 23-24, 2018
For more information or to register: call 506-455-5231 ext 101 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Moncton, Saint John, and other areas
*Please check back at a later date – we are in the process of organizing our next session.*
Please note refreshments, meals and snacks will not be provided and are the responsibility of each participant.
To book training or for more information, contact:
Canadian Mental Health Association of New Brunswick
(506) 455-5231 / email@example.com
To register or to be placed on a waiting list for this program please email firstname.lastname@example.org