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Two positive intervention strategies in schools that focus on the personal resources of primary school children.


Lorraine Millette
is a PhD Student in community psychology at UQAM and has completed a bachelor in psychology at Concordia University. Under the supervision of Brian Mishara, she is conducting her doctoral research on the impact on the coping strategies of teachers of the animation of the programme Passport: Skills for Life.
She is also the programme coordinator forZippy's Friends, a mental health promotion programme for children. She collaborates in promoting the programmes Zippy's Friends and Passport: Skills for Life, as well as recruiting participating schools and giving formation to teachers who will do the animation for these programmes.


Summary of the presentation: This webinar aims to highlight the contributions of Zippy's friends and Passport: Skills for Life programs, which are part of the CRISE mental health promotion program.

Two positive intervention strategies in schools that focus on the personal resources of primary school children. from CRISE on Vimeo.


For more information, please contact Luc Dargis: crise.webinaire@uqam.ca ou 514-987-3000 #1685

To view documents related to previous webinars, click here (in French only).

 
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