PSP Mental Health launches update to website
Starting today, the PSP Mental Health website has an enhanced user experience!
Last chance: attend the Healthcare Salute symposium on risk and resiliency
Join us online from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET on Thursday, January 19, 2023 for a free virtual symposium.
PSPNET launches new website
NEWSFLASH! Our new website is now LIVE.
Beyond Silence App Launches
Healthcare workers have been at the front-line of the COVID response; they have experienced many workload pressures including short staffing, high demands, redeployment, and unpredictable caseloads. Many are experiencing burnout and struggling to meet high standards of clinical care.
Report highlights need for change in healthcare sector
What we want are safe staffing levels, safe work environments, so that we can safely care for our patients.
Free Road 2 Mental Readiness and Treament 101 Training for PSPs in February
The Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT) has more FREE and ONLINE training for Public Safety Personnel taking place in February.
Spouse or Significant Other Wellbeing Course: Supporting Public Safety Personnel Families
Public Safety Personnel (PSP) do incredibly important work in ensuring the safety and security of Canadians, but these careers can affect their wellbeing. PSP are diverse, encompassing many professions, such as first responders (paramedics, firefighters, police), correctional workers, search and rescue personnel, and more.
More upcoming training opportunities for PSP
The Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT) has more FREE and ONLINE training for Public Safety Personnel taking place in December.
Treatment 101 Open for Registration
Treatment 101 for Public Safety Personnel is an online course designed to guide participants through the process of deciding upon and obtaining services from professional mental health care practitioners.
Opinion: Front-line workers are our heroes, but now they need to take care of themselves
Read more at calgaryherald.com Canada’s front-line workers — including paramedics, police officers, nurses, physicians, corrections officers and firefighters — face unique risks. Members of these industry sectors run the risk of screening higher than the general population for mental health disorders such as PTSD, depressive disorders and anxiety disorders. They may also be more likely […]