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Summit on Children & Youth Mental Health

Summit2018_Graphic_website.jpgPresentations from 2018 Summit:

Pre-Summit Workshop Sessions -  Thursday, April 12, 2018

Session 1 Leading Mentally Healthy Schools
Session 2 Early Years Mental Health
Session 3 Social and Emotional Learning

Summit Sessions - Friday, April 13, 2018 1:30-2:30 pm

Keynote Speaker: Mark Greenberg - Social and Emotional Learning
Session 1 Strengthening our Community Through the Fentanyl Crisis
Session 2 Youth Mental Health Champions
Session 3 Youth Wellness Hubs
Session 4 Domestic Sex Trafficking of Youth
Session 5 Supporting the Needs of Post-Secondary Students
Session 6 Inter-Professional and Cross-Agency Collaboration
Session 7 It Takes a Village

Summit Sessions - Friday, April 13, 2018 2:45-3:45 pm

Session 1 Psychotherapy for Children and Youth in Ontario
Session 2 A Multi-Layered Approach for Addressing Mental Health Care in a Children's Hospital
Session 3 Shining a Light on Student Mental Health
Session 4 Promoting Student Mental Health through Faith and Well-being
Session 5 Youth Urgent Care Clinic
Session 6 Organizational Reculturing Toward Trauma-Informed Stewardship

SUMMIT PROGRAM

SUMMIT PROGRAM (French)

SUMMIT FEES

 BOTH Pre + MainPre ONLYMain ONLY
DSBs/Organizations$525 + HST$225 + HST$400 +HST
Students – Schools $245 + HST$125 +HST$150 +HST
Students – University/College$200 + HST$125 +HST
$150 + HST
Speakers$275 + HST  
Parents  $250 + HST
Exhibitors – Coalition Members$625 + HST  
Exhibitors – Non-Members$700 + HST  


SUMMIT REGISTRATION

Online Registration

Save the Date Flyer - English
Save the Date Flyer - French

For questions on program content, please contact Judith Nyman, OPSBA Director of Program Policy, at jnyman@opsba.org


2016 Summit

April 7-8, 2016
Allstream Centre

The focus of the 2016 Summit was Moving From Policy to Practice Through Collaboration. Acclaimed speakers offered evidence-informed practices, programs and resources that have been shown to work and can make a real difference in the lives of children, youth and their families. A highlight for the 2016 Summit was the first release of the preliminary results of the 2014 Ontario Child Health Study.

To view pre-summit sessions and Friday workshops, click here.

Participants had a unique opportunity to network across sectors. 

See photos from the 2016 Summit

See photos from the 2014 Summit