The BC First Responders Mental Health Committee invites you to attend an interactive, multi-session webinar speaker series aimed at creating positive conversations about mental health in the first responder community. Learn about resources to help support your team, benefit from the experience of other influential and effective leaders, and discover new tools to support first responders in caring for their mental well-being.

The 2021 BC First Responder Mental Health Speaker Series Leadership for the mental health of your workplace will focus on actively developing the knowledge and skills of first responders in leadership positions, so they can take a proactive approach to promoting positive mental health in their organizations. Most first responder leaders are aware of the increased risks facing their workforce when it comes to mental health issues, and yet many leaders are only just taking the first steps towards being able to actively promote positive mental health. This speaker series showcases people and programs proven to effectively promote positive mental health. Leaders will conclude the webinar series with increased confidence in their knowledge and abilities when it comes to fostering a mentally healthy workplace.

Scheduled between January 21 and March 11, there are six different, ninety-minute morning sessions addressing different, and equally important, topics. This free webinar series allows for la carte registration so choose all, or a few, sessions. Attendees will be able to ask, and have their questions answered, during each live event.

Please join us!


  • Video links are now available in the descriptions for Session 1, Session 2, Session 3, and Session 4.
  • Registration has reached capacity. However, a waitlist is available. Should a spot open up, waitlisted registrants will be contacted. The series will be recorded and made available for viewing once the series is completed.
  • Registered participants: please note, the session links will be sent to the email provided on the registration form approximately 24 hours before each session.