CASP 2016 – Hope, Help and Healing Conference
From October 26th – 29th we invite members of the public with an interest in discussing suicide prevention and professionals in the field to join us at Inuksuk High School in Iqaluit, Nunavut for this year’s Hope, Help and Healing Conference, presented by CASP and the Nunavut Kamatsiaqtut Help Line (NKHL).
The daily program will include a plenary session for all participants, followed by individual sessions on various topics pertaining to suicide prevention. Each day will end with a networking event that showcases elements of Inuit culture including song, dance, clothing and stories shared by local members of the community.
This year’s conference will have a Northern focus and will include highly regarded professionals in the fields of mental heath and healing. Confirmed speakers include newly appointed Senator Murray Sinclair, former Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and Inuit Taparitsat Kanatami (ITK) President Natan Obed.
Call for Abstracts
Interested in presenting at this year’s conference? We’re looking for qualified speakers to participate in workshops, case presentations, paper presentations and panels around the theme of hope, help and healing.
Apply now to speak as a presenter and skip the conference registration fee! Share your knowledge with colleagues and advocates and join us in driving suicide prevention awareness across Canada.