The Muslim Medical Association of Canada (U of T Chapter) and the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto is delighted to announce our Canadian Muslim Mental Health Conference in Toronto, Ontario.
This conference will focus on mental health topics in the context of Islam and spirituality. Panel members will range from psychiatrists and therapists to spiritual leaders working in the field of mental health.
All health care professionals, students, counselors, spiritual leaders and community members are encouraged to attend.
Stay tuned to hear about our exciting Keynote Speakers and mental wellness activities
The Muslim Medical Association of Canada is excited to announce we will be hosting Narratives of Pain: Toronto as our evening program of our conference! Narratives of Pain is a community storytelling experience aimed at individual and collective healing.
This event is a collaboration between the MMAC U of T Chapter (Muslim Medical Students Association at the University of Toronto), the University of Toronto's Department of Psychiatry (Pillar 4), and the Naseeha - Muslim Youth Helpline.
FOR THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM PLEASE VISIT: http://www.muslimmeds.ca/cmmhc-2016.html
Date and Time
Medical Sciences Building - JJR Macleod Auditorium Room 2158
1 King's College Circle
Toronto, ON M5S 1A8