1. Stepped Care 2.0 on Ontario Campuses – October 2018: Plenary Panel at the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health conference. Implementation experiences at Georgian College, Algonquin College and the University of Windsor.
  2. SC2.0 The Basics, November 2018 – small communities; med/large communities – An introduction to SC2.0
  3. Progress Monitoring in SC2.0, December 2018 – small communities; med/large communities. Overview of stepping decisions using progress monitoring with guest, graduate student Brad Yetman.
  4. Single Session Walk-in in Context of SC2.0, February, 2019 – A conversation with single session experts, Drs. Heather Hair and Monte Bobele on the relevance of single session principles for access and ongoing care in SC2.0.  Small communities; med/large communities. Please note, Dr. Bobele joined the small communities CoP, but was unable to join the large communities CoP.
  5. Groups in the Context of SC2.0, March 2019 – Conversations with colleagues at the University of Victoria (UVic), the University of Central Florida (UCF) and the University of British Columbia (UBC) on mobilizing group work in the context of stepped care. Christopher Nault joins the conversation in both webinars. Ai Lan Chia and Henri Lock (both from UVic) join the small schools webinar and Terri-Lynn Mackay joins the med/large school group. Unfortunately, there are some audio problems in the first 3-5 minutes of both recordings.
  6. SC2.0 “Messaging” & Informed Consent, April 2019 – Introduction to the various ways that campuses are describing the model and setting expectations for stakeholders, as well as obtaining informed consent from clients. Irene Kraegel (Calvin College) and Anita Vlaar (Trent University) join the conversation for the small schools CoP and Norman O’Brien (McGill University) and Geneviève Brabant (University of Ottawa) join the conversation for the med/large schools webinar.
  7. Engaging Clients in eMH, May 2019 – A panel of eMH program developers and one client institution discuss implementation strategies for engaging both users and clinicians: small schools; med/large schools.
  8. Who Does What in SC2.0, June 2019 – A panel of leaders working in both post-secondary and community mental health environments discuss how SC2.0 can serve as scaffolding for determining professional on para-professional roles in recovery-oriented practice : small schools; med/large schools.