The Mental Health Commission of Canada, in collaboration with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), has developed four online learning modules, based on their Toolkit for E-Mental Health Implementation.


These flexible, free, self-directed modules are designed to give mental health providers, managers, and leaders the knowledge and skills they need to integrate e-mental health into daily practice and support effective, person-centred e-mental health projects.


Course information:


  • Module 1: Exploring the world of e-mental health
  • Module 2: Roadmap for launching e-mental health
  • Module 3: Building your digital skill set
  • Module 4: Engaging clients in e-mental health


Learning objectives:


Upon completion participants should be able to:


  • describe common challenges and opportunities in e-mental health
  • use the strategies they learn to plan and implement e mental health in practice
  • build their personal and professional capacity to support e-mental health initiatives
  • engage clients and stakeholders in e-mental health services using collaborative approaches.


Sign up for the free Toolkit for E-Mental Health Implementation modules. 


Read more about the modules here >>