Date: May 7, 2021 - 9:00 - 10:30am ET
The past year has presented unpredictable challenges and forced us all to adapt to new ways of life. As restrictions ease, it’s normal to feel anxious or stressed about the many unknowns, but it’s also normal to feel confident as we imagine getting back to “normal” in general.
On May 7, join us for a positive and informative webinar featuring a panel of professionals from the AFP-Greater Toronto Chapter Board and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).
Together, they will discuss coping strategies and personal assessment tools to help you manage your anxiety and stress as we navigate through the rest of the pandemic and look forward to life after it.
Jennifer Bernard is a Certified Fund Raising Professional with over twenty years’ experience working within a variety of institutions across the charitable and not-for-profit landscape. Jennifer also currently serves as President and CEO of Women’s College Hospital Foundation. As a passionate advocate for philanthropy, Jennifer seeks to expand the philanthropic landscape through active engagement of donors, volunteers and talented teams that want to help build a better world. In December last, Jennifer was named one of Canada’s Top 25 Women of Influence.
Dr. Kamkar, is a clinical psychologist at CAMH in Toronto and an Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto. Dr. Kamkar provides Evidence-Based Assessment services, Independent Medical Evaluation, Disability Management services and Evidence-Based Psychological Treatment (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) for Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Trauma and Stressor Related Disorders, including PTSD, Occupational Stress Injuries to First Responders and on Psychological Distress in the Workplace.
Chris Ide is a recognized non-profit executive and accomplished corporate social responsibility leader. To help build an inclusive and sustainable world that works for everyone, Chris has dedicated his career to helping leaders build better businesses and use them as forces for good. Chris and his team have built best-in-class partnerships with private sector leaders and businesses that have helped CAMH—Canada's largest mental health teaching hospital and one of the world's leading research centres in its field—achieve its vision for the future of mental health care.