Pathstone Mental Health and Brock University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in March 2019 to solidify a collaboration that positively impacts children suffering with mental health in Niagara and beyond.
Examples of collaborations between Brock University and Pathstone Mental Health
- An Integrated Approach of Recreational Dance and Behavior Therapy: Evaluating Psychological and Physical Benefits for Children and Youth with Neurodevelopmental Disorders
- Cognitive, emotional, sensory processing and neurophysiological activity in children and youth with anxiety and ADHD
- Neuropsychological Predictors of Adaptive Behaviours Among Children and Youth
- Parental Relationships and At-Risk Traits Among Children and Youth
- Interprofessional Education for Quality Improvement Program (I-EQUIP) is partnering with Pathstone on three projects related to youth suicide, high risk youth and virtual care
- Investigating Caregiver/Family Experiences of Supporting Youth with Mental Health Challenges
- The Goodman Group custom-designed a 12-week professional development program focusing on key aspects of strategic planning, change management, leadership, performance management, communication and teamwork in the context of the mental health sector. In January 2020, 27 Pathstone employees completed the program.
“These collaborations with partner organizations are critically important to the health and well-being of our Niagara community. This collaboration will provide our students with invaluable hands-on experience as they work alongside Pathstone’s team of support workers and clinicians.”
President, Brock University
“This partnership with Brock University will have a far-reaching impact and it will provide mutual benefits to the well-being of the Niagara community. It creates the opportunity for co-developed research to advance brain health knowledge, and to crystalize our existing supportive and collaborative relationship.”
CEO, Pathstone Mental Health