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Online

Learn from Your Workplace or Home!

CAMH offers facilitator-led online courses, which you can participate in from any computer with Internet access. People with all levels of computer expertise can take these courses – the technology is user–friendly and easy to master, and support is available if you need it.

The courses run for approximately eight weeks, and they require a minimum time commitment of four hours per week. They provide a collaborative learning environment, where you will read through course content and engage in group discussions with other learners, guided by an experienced team of two or more online facilitators who are experts in their fields. Some of our courses are approved for Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation continuing education credit hours (CACCF CEC Hours).

 

Additional features:

  • access to the password-protected online environment – course materials, readings, links and other resources – any time of the day
  • a sequenced course of study with defined learning outcomes, requiring approximately four hours of study per week
  • a collaborative learning environment with discussion forums for sharing knowledge, experiences and reflections with colleagues from across Ontario (and beyond)
  • dynamic course facilitators who guide learning activities, answer questions, provide weekly summaries, and share clinical expertise
  • printable course modules
  • letter of completion
  • CCACF-approved courses

Please check course descriptions for fees.

For more information about online courses, please call 1 800 661-1111 or contact Robyn Steidman in Education Services at 416 535-8501, ext. 6640.

Note: the Certificat en toxicomanie Offered in collaboration with Collège Boréal http://www.borealc.on.ca

Please note: faculty list to be confirmed.

Please review our cancellation policy before registering.

 

Courses

Date

Stand Alone *

Concurrent Disorders Certificate **

Fundamentals of Addiction (recommended for people from the mental health field or those with no prior experience or training in addictions) TBA
Fundamentals of Mental Health (recommended for people from the addiction sector or those with no prior experience or training in mental health) TBA
Admission, Discharge and Assessment Tools (ADAT) TBA
Basic Pharmacology in Mental Health and Substance Use TBA
Integrating a Concurrent Disorders Approach into Withdrawal Management TBA
Interactions Between Psychiatric Medications and Substances of Abuse
TBA
Legal Issues in Mental Health Care in Ontario TBA
Motivational Interviewing: Introduction Course

February 20 - April 13, 2012

May 21 - July 11, 2012

Youth & Drugs and Mental Health TBA

LEGEND:
*This course can be taken for professional development and is not eligible for any credits towards any certificate programs.
**This course is an elective course towards the Concurrent Disorders Certificate.NOTE: None of the courses above are eligible for credits towards the Opioid Dependence Treatment (ODT) Certificate.

 

Tutorials

The Mental Health ​and Addiction 101 series consists of a variety of quick, easy-to-use, self-directed online tutorials for anyone who wants to learn more about mental health and addiction topics. This series includes tutorials such as: Introduction to Addiction, Anxiety Disorders, Bipolar Disorders, Depression, Older Adults, Posttraumatic Stress Disorders, Schizophrenia, Stages of Change, Stigma and more.

 

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