Part of RPL's Wellness programming series.
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Regina Branch is a non-profit community organization that offers services and programs to help build capacity and understanding through support, awareness, and education – all contributing to a healthier community. For more information visit CMHA's website https://cmharegina.com
Everyone has mental health and will experience challenges regarding their mental well-being. For more information please visit the RPL mental health resource page by clicking here.
This program is conducted through Zoom. Register to receive a reminder, the evaluation, and any other resources.
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Presenter Information: Leroy Berndt grew up in South Africa. He graduated with a master’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Johannesburg. He worked in the National Defence Force as a Psychologist before joining the South African Transport Services where he fulfilled several roles including Training and Development Consultant and Management Development Consultant. In the 1990’s Leroy spent years in the private education sector before starting and running a private psychology practice with a focus on Stress, Depression, Anxiety, and Trauma. Time was also spent working for the national airline which included being part of a team selecting airline pilots.
In November 2008, Leroy left South Africa to join a not-for-profit organization in Winnipeg working as a Behavior Consultant. During his years in Winnipeg, he developed a special interest in FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder), attending FASD training in Portland, Oregon, and at several international conferences in Canada.
In February 2018, he moved to Regina and joined the Regina branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association.