Event Type: Family Life Centre
The Family Life Centre in collaboration with The Christian Mental Health Practitioners Network (CMHPN) presents a “Critical Review of Cannabis Use from a Christian Perspective”. This seminar is geared towards students and professionals in the mental health care field.
Participation Certificates will be made available and CEs will be approved by the Royal College Continuing Medical Education.
The Christian Mental Health Practitioners Network is a group of clinical professionals responding to an expressed need for integrated training, networking, personal and professional development opportunities for Christians working in the mental health care field.
Speakers & Agenda
Location: Tyndale (Alumni Hall (Room A211)
|Time||Speakers & Agenda|
Keynote: Dr. Ruth Ross
Updated research findings regarding cannabis’ impact on mood, anxiety, perceptual issues, and thinking processes
Session 2: Dr. Gordon Ko
Use of cannabis in pain management
Session 3: Dr. Anna Chen
Clinical management re: legal/safety concerns when clients are using cannabis
Session 4: Adrianne Sequeira
Cannabis use disorder – highlights about management strategies
$80 + HST (per person)
Registration is now open, and ends October 4th at 4pm.
$50 + HST (per person)
Email flc [at] tyndale [dot] ca for the student rate coupon code.
The student rate is for those who are currently pursuing a certificate, diploma at an accredited University, College and/or Seminary
$10 off general admission
Email flc [at] tyndale [dot] ca for the alumni rate coupon code.
The alumni discount is for those who have graduated from a certificate, diploma or degree program at Tyndale University College & Seminary
- Will refreshments be provided? Yes, light refreshments and beverages are covered in the registration fee
- Do I have to pay for parking? No, parking is free for all participants
- Do I have to printout my ticket? No, paper tickets are not necessary. Your legal name will be used at check-in.
Please contact flc [at] tyndale [dot] ca if you have any questions or concerns or call 416.226.6620 x4206 on weekdays during business hours.