Webinars - via ZOOM


MDPAC Book Club - April 2022

April 26, 2022, 7:30 - 8:30 PM

Join us for a facilitated discussion of Dr. Howard Eisenberg book "Dream It To Do It: The Science & The Magic"


To get the most from the discussion, we recommend that you read at least part of the book.




Participation in this discussion qualifies for 1 Hour of CCI Credits. 


This is a very powerful book by a long-time explorer of the various realms of consciousness. It's a spiritually and scientifically integrated book of revelations. You will learn to understand the truer nature of reality. You will discover who you really are, and could be, beyond your memories and personality, and your real relationship to the larger world out there. You will learn the power of real magic for manifesting a more satisfying reality for us all.

The book integrates the encyclopedic range of knowledge about the nature of reality-from the ancient wisdom traditions of antiquity to the leading-edge research in quantum mechanics and neuroplasticity. It also explains the reasons, and the solutions, for the history of human conflicts and the rapidly deteriorating ecological crisis.

This is a user-friendly manual of initiation into the underlying mysteries of our existence that explains how reality works!
Hardcover, 136 pages
Published November 15 2021 by Syntrek(r) Inc.



Post-secondary Student Mental Health - A Primer for "Off Campus" Physicians and Psychotherapists

June 9, 2022, 7:00 - 8:00 PM

70% of transition-aged youth (TAY) or 18-25 year olds in Canada will spend time in post-secondary school. This developmental phase of life carries specific challenges and a high prevalence of psychological distress, mental health and substance disorders. In this presentation we will discuss the key mental health and well-being issues which PSS students face, helpful theoretical models, and approaches to mental health care, including psychotherapeutic approaches which warrant consideration in this population, using case vignettes to illustrate concepts and challenges.



Dr. Catharine Munn is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences at McMaster. Her clinical, research and administrative work focuses on post-secondary student and health professional mental health and well-being. Dr. Munn is the Assistant Dean, Resident Affairs in Postgraduate Medical Education in the Degroote School of Medicine at McMaster. She also currently serves as an Advisor to the Provost on Mental Health at McMaster.

Dr. Andrea Levinson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto. She is the Director, Psychiatric Care, Health & Wellness, at the University of Toronto, and is a staff psychiatrist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). Dr. Levinson is the Clinical Lead for the Student Mental Health Redesign Project at the University of Toronto. Dr. Levinson is responsible for the provision and management of psychiatric services on campus and acts as a resource for the university community on mental health issues across the campus. Dr Levinson’s research interests include postsecondary student mental health, early intervention in the context of the emerging adult cohort, health professional wellness and resilience and mood disorders.


Approved for 1 hour of MDPAC Group CE credits 






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