CMHO has a list of professional resources that will help to inform and provide training and support for child and youth mental health professionals.
The George Hull Centre Institute of Childhood Trauma and Attachment
Dedicated to transforming how child and youth-serving sectors respond to children and youth who have experienced traumatic experiences and attachment disruptions, the Institute aims to elevate practise in child and youth-serving sectors by contributing to research, advocating for appropriate treatment of traumatized children and youth, and disseminating training and knowledge across the province.
SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health (CCMH) Learning Institute
A leader in mental health training and education
SickKids CCMH Learning Institute provides relevant, high quality, evidence-based learning opportunities for professionals to advance best practices in mental health care. SickKids CCMH work with expert facilitators to offer programming that supports clients of all ages – promoting mental health across the life span.
A free, online resource connecting an international community of child and youth mental health professionals so that they may provide better services to children, youth, and families. Launched in 2013, Umind shines a light on promising practices in child and youth mental health through its webinars, site visits, training opportunities and most significantly, a Professional Resource Library of nearly 1,000 practical resources contributed by 120+ organizations across Canada and the United States.