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Can We Talk

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Can We Talk 

 

Can We Talk 

 

 

Alberta Teachers Association

Canadian Mental Health Association

 

This website offers information for school professionals on the difference between mental health and mental illness, common mental illnesses and how to support students and colleagues 

 

 

Compassionate Classrooms 

 

 

 

Learn About Mental Illness 

 

 

 Common Mental Illnesses

 

Assesing Youth Mental Health 


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Albertas teachers are concerned about the well-being of children and youth, and understand that to educate children properly, their physical and mental health needs must be met. Thats why the Alberta Teachers Association (ATA) and the Alberta Division of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) are partnering to promote the mental health of children and youth.

 

The Healthy Minds, Bright Futures program aims to increase awareness of the mental health needs of children and to decrease the stigmatization often associated with mental illness.

 


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