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Relaunch of Many Hearts Webinar Series

We’re excited to be relaunching and expanding our Many Hearts series as the Many Hearts of ADLER! This webinar series will provide a platform for mental health professionals to share the “heart” of their practice with other professionals and with the wider community. Everyone is welcome to share, learn and connect: coaches, psychotherapists, psychologists and psychological associates, social workers, counselors, and anyone interested in mental health and living well. 

Join us for our next webinar:

Rita Kohli, registered psychotherapist, on “Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Current Political Climate for a Racialized Intersectional Equity lens for Mental Health Practitioners”

When: Friday, August 28 from 6 pm - 7:30pm

Register for the free webinar here!

This webinar will present a re-emergence of a racialized intersection equity lens as a transformative tool for understanding the social determinants of health and relevance for mental health practitioners, educators, activists or anyone committed to community engagement.

Attendance Certificates

These sessions are free and open to everyone. If you require a psychotherapy certificate of attendance, you can request one after the session and there is a $20 CAD fee. Attendance will be verified through zoom and you must attend the full 90 minutes to receive a certificate. *Note: this session does NOT qualify as continuing education for the International Coach Federation.*

Interest Poll

If you’re interested in attending future Many Hearts webinars, fill out this poll to let us know what time(s) you prefer! We’ll do our best to schedule sessions based on the results. Sessions will be 90 minutes long and scheduled ad hoc.

Do you have a topic?

ADLER is committed to centering the voices of marginalized communities in addressing the social determinants of health. We encourage presentations by members of these communities. If you’re interested in doing a presentation, or if you have a topic you’re interested in, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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