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Tuesday , October 27 , 2020 at 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
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October 27, 2020
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CPHR Alberta webinar in partnership with headversity

About the Event

One of the many positives that’s come from the Black Lives Matter movement is it’s magnified the inequalities of marginalized populations in the workplace, including, but not limited to, those discriminated by gender, race and/or sexual orientation. In this session led by Dr. Ryan Todd, psychiatrist and CEO of headversity, he will cover the importance of acknowledging and decentering privilege in your organization, featuring a special guest interview with Imadé Nibokun Borha, founder of Depressed While Black, and an award-winning journalist that’s been featured in VICE, Forbes, and the Huffington Post, and many more. The session will also cover steps in how to get started and how to enforce and educate during the important transition to building diversity & inclusion in your organization.

About the Speaker

Dr. Ryan Todd

CEO | Psychiatrist @headversity

Dr. Ryan Todd is a psychiatrist at Foothills Hospital in Calgary, Alberta, where he has seen and treated thousands of individuals who have a mental illness as a result of trauma, medical or surgical illness. Dr. Todd believes mental wellness can be learned and practiced by everyone, and that technology is a vital resource in helping bridge the gap between demand and mental healthcare today. This belief fuelled his desire to start headversity, a mental wellness tech company where he acts as CEO. Through headversity, Dr. Todd envisions building a culture of mental wellness in the Canadian workforce through mobile, micro, and measurable training.



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