You’re invited for EHN Canada’s special event: Workplace Mental Health and Addiction Summit

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You’re invited for EHN Canada’s special event:

Workplace Mental Health and Addiction Summit

Hosted by Ian Rabb, Regional Director of Business Development, EHN Canada


  1. Industry Panel Discussion (1 hour)
    • Find out from our guest panelists how some of the country’s leading businesses and organizations are supporting and promoting mental health within their workplace.
  2. Breakout Session A: Addressing Stigma and Discrimination (45 min)
    • With Kathy Adetuyi, BSW, RSW, Trauma Counsellor & Manager of Outpatient Programs, EHN Canada
  3. Breakout Session B: Finding the Right Treatment for the Individual (45 min)
    • With Lisa Stockton, Referral Relations Manager, Edgewood Treatment Centre
  4. Breakout Session C: The Key to Successful Return-to-Work (45 min)
    • With Darrin Taylor, MTC, CACC, CIP, National Director of Business Development, EHN Canada
  5. EHN Canada Leadership Panel Discussion (1 hour)
    • Get an exclusive opportunity to meet the clinical leadership at each of EHN Canada’s treatment centres across the country. Find out what drives their passion for excellence in care and quality of treatment.
  • The EHN Leadership Panel includes:
    • Lauren Melzack, Deputy Clinical Director, Edgewood Treatment Centre
    • Lisa Morton, Residential Care Manager, EHN Sandstone
    • Kathryn Decker, Clinical Director, Bellwood Health Services
    • Michael Hathaway, outgoing General Manager of Clinique Nouveau Départ and incoming Executive Director of Ledgehill Men’s and Women’s Treatment Centres
    • Lanie Schachter-Snipper, National Director of Outpatient Services, EHN Canada

The learning points for this special summit event include:

  • Understand the importance of protecting mental health and wellness in the workplace
  • Gain insight into the initiatives that other organizational leaders have found effective
  • Explore the problem of stigma and fear of discrimination, and discuss ways to encourage more open discussion in the workplace
  • Find out next steps in assessment and treatment options
  • Identify the key factors that make for successful return-to-work planning

Date: May 20, 2021

Time: 12pm – 4pm EST (9am – 1pm PST)

Duration: 4 hours including short breaks and opportunities for Q&A


This special event is eligible for 4.0 CEU/CPD credits recognized by:

  • CACCF (Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation)
  • CCPA (Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association)
  • CVRP (College of Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals)
  • HRPA (Human Resources Professionals Association)
  • CPHR (Chartered Professionals in Human Resources) BC & Yukon, Alberta, and Manitoba

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