This AHS video addresses how historical trauma has impacted health of aboriginal people; identifies cultural approaches to wellness; outlines policy considerations; identifies effective cultural tools used in Aboriginal health. (75 minutes)
A documentary on Edmonton’s homeless youth. Created by the City of Edmonton Youth Council. (1 hour)
35 minutes Podcast outlining Prochaska and DiClementi’s Stages of Change Model
Michael Unger speaks on helping people navigate and negotiate what they need. Elements include structure/consequences; parent/child connections; multiple broader networks; powerful identity; sense of control; rights are respected; safety/support; responsibility for others. (30 minutes)
The AHS Concurrent Disorder Series offers Part 1 – definition and motivational strategies for each stage (52 minutes). Part 2 – Stages of change and 5 basic skills (53 minutes). Part 3 – Outlines strategies for each stage of change. (1 hour)
Edmonton Social Planning Council identifies homelessness and mental health statistics in Edmonton and throughout Alberta and outlines common barriers to accessing needed community and social supports. Highlights evidence-informed interventions to address stigma.
This Ottawa Public Health series includes a variety of short videos on various mental health topics geared towards the general public, parents and workplace.
A PowerPoint presentation on Motivational Interviewing created by Governors State University Illinois.
Emotional Regulation and Recovery from Mental Illness: Regulation Skills, Training at the Core of Stepped Care
This AHS video explores the connection between behavioural neuroscience and addictions and range of emotional disorders; outlines how emotional skills training is an effective treatment in a coordinated, stepped-care model. (37 minutes)
This AHS video addresses epidemiological data, underlying models and risk factors; overlap between mental health and addictions, assessment process, common presentation of concurrent disorders, treatment approaches. Address relationship with ACEs. (30 minutes)
The GOA series includes 18 videos and resources dealing with wide range of mental health issues for children and youth. (1 hour to 1 ½ hours each)
This summit toolkit offered by MHCC is intended to educate students by improving their knowledge, attitudes and intended behaviours towards those living with a mental illness or mental health problem.