Carrie Clark (fourth from left) at CAMH’s Occupational Therapy Recognition Awards.
Carrie Clark received the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists’
Award for Innovative Practice, excelling in the areas of client service,
consumer advocacy and education. She and her occupational therapist
colleagues at CAMH won an award from the University of Toronto for their
sustained Outstanding Contribution to Occupational Therapy Education.
The Kaiser Award for Excellence in Leadership was presented to Dr. Patricia
Erickson in recognition of her outstanding contribution to promoting the
philosophy and policy of harm reduction in Canada.
Gaby Golea, administrative director of the CAMH Geriatric Mental Health
Program, was recognized by the Registered Nurses’ Association of Toronto—
Peel Chapter for her 25 years of commitment to nursing, geriatric care and
collaboration with Peel Region.
Dr. Daniel Mueller, clinic head of Pharmacogenetics Research, received an
Early Researcher Award from Ontario’s Minister of Research and Innovation,
as part of a program to help attract and retain the best and brightest research
talent. This award will help Dr. Mueller’s team find the most eff ective
combination of drugs and dosages for psychiatric disorders, leading to
personalized treatment and fewer side-effects for clients, and reduced health
care costs in Ontario.
Through CAMH’s Corporate Volunteer Program, corporations volunteer
their employees to spend time working or playing alongside CAMH clients.
Volunteer Toronto honoured CAMH with a Legacy Award for Community
A volunteer reflects on the rewards of his experience spending time with clients at CAMH,
accompanied by his colleagues from the Ministry of Community and Social Services.