From time to time, graduate students in the Clinical Psychology program at the University of Waterloo provide education and outreach activities to the community. These may include workshops and talks on topics that are of clinical relevance, such as self-compassion, promoting healthy relationships, and managing anxiety.
The purpose of these Community Education activities is to share research findings and practical applications in order to reduce stigma surrounding mental health and to promote mental wellness.
Available CMHRT Workshop Topics
- Adapting Therapy for Individuals with Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Mental Health issues
- Anxiety and Depression
- Assessment and Diagnosis of Learning Disabilities
- Healthy Happy Relationships
- Mental Health 101
- Neurodevelopmental Considerations for Group Therapy
- The Benefits of Self Compassion
To see our upcoming workshops and events, please see the "Events" tab on our homepage (beside the News tab). If there is no Events tab shown, this means we currently do not have any upcoming workshops open to the public. We welcome you to check again at a later date!
CMHRT Student Posters
Our clinical students often create informational posters for coursework, conferences, or events. Please click the links below to check out our amazing students' work!
- Talking to Teens About Dating
- Body Image in School-Aged Children
- Helping your Child Cope with Bullying
- Social Media and Well-Being
- Alcohol Use and Well-Being in Teens
- Helping Kids Develop a Healthy Relationship with Food
- How to Discuss Sexual Topics with Your Children
- Teens and Social Media Use: Why Should Parents Care
- Understanding Separation Anxiety A Guide for Parents
For more information about accessing these workshops or bringing a workshop to your community, please contact Dr. Marjory Phillips, Director, Centre for Mental Health Research and Treatment.