Education and Training
Call CMHA at 403-342-2266 for more information and to register
Art of Friendship is an eight-week course that teaches individuals the skills needed to develop and maintain healthy friendships. The course also teaches how to create positive social connections with co-workers, employers, family members, and friends.
Both Daytime and Evening Courses are offered.
Attending a two-day ASIST course will train you to intervene with an individual who is suicidal. Periodic half day “tune-ups” are required to maintain your certification. Next course will be offered on Thurs., May 26 and Friday, May 27. The next 1/2 day “Tune Up” for people whose ASIST certification must be renewed is June 7.
Facilitator Training is a 16-hour course that trains individuals to facilitate support and education groups. Participants include individuals from not-for-profit organizations, Alberta Health Services employees, organizations supporting individuals with disabilities, and other community groups.
For more information please call CMHA at 403-342-2266.
Based on requests from employers and community groups, educational sessions can be tailor-made to meet corresponding needs. Fees are dependent on the length of the presentation and other factors.
Living Life to the Full is a designed to help people face and overcome the problems that are bothering them. Living Life to the Full is for people experiencing depression or anxiety and also benefits anyone seeking to worry less and live a happier life, starting now.
Living Well with a Mental Illness is open to anyone in Central Alberta with an interest in mental health. This includes people with a mental illness, their friends, family members, and the general community. The focus of every session will be on developing knowledge, strategies, and skills that promote wellness, recovery, and resilience.
CMHA provides critical training for community delivery staff to remain up-to-date on best practices in service delivery. In the past, this training has included: organizing a conference on Housing First Practices, Using a Model of Hope, and sessions on Recovery and Resilience.
We often show videos during our CMHA Education programs, events and courses. Here are some of them.
We are pleased to be able to offer WRAP™ (Wellness Recovery Action Planning to our menu of recovery based education. Our expectation is that this course, which is being taught world-wide, will be popular with many Central Albertans.
September 15, through November 3, 5:30 – 8 PM
Red Deer Public Library, Dawe Branch
56 Holt Street
Red Deer, AB T4N 6A6