Webinar: Enhancing outcomes in youth virtual care

Frayme’s latest webinar will examine the intersection of two evidence-informed approaches in the context of delivering virtual care. Hosted in partnership with Greenspace and Stepped Care Solutions, this webinar will examine how measurement-based care (MBC) and stepped care approaches can be implemented to create customized, effective and engaging youth mental health and substance use (YMHSU) services.

Date: September 24, 2020

Time: 12:00 PM EST

Register now. 

This webinar will allow participants to:

  1. Understand the basic conceptual and practice-based elements of measurement-based care and stepped care approaches to providing virtual mental health supports.
  2. Explore how real-time data collected through measurement-based care platforms can increase client engagement and help create customized care pathways that enhance client outcomes
  3. Discover how this combination of approaches is currently being used to support Canadians’ mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Who should attend

All stakeholders involved in child and youth mental health, including:

  • Managers, directors, and program leads of youth services
  • Service providers
  • Policy makers
  • Researchers
  • Youth advocates
  • Family advocates


Peter Cornish

Director of Counseling and Psychological Services @University of California, Berkeley

Dr. Peter Cornish is an Honorary Research Professor at Memorial University, the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services at the University of California, Berkeley. His clinical and research interests include online mental health, stepped care treatments, mental health service innovations, and interprofessional team functioning. Over the past five years, he has provided consultation and on-site training on his Stepped Care 2.0 model to over 150 organizations across North America. His non-profit company, Stepped Care Solutions, is the lead partner on Wellness Together Canada, a federal COVID-19, $70M mental health program for all peoples of Canada. He is the principal investigator for a $1.14M CIHR transitions-in-care, four-year research grant aimed at digitizing and evaluating Stepped Care 2.0 across two Atlantic provinces.

Simon Weisz

President @Greenspace Mental Health

Simon is the President of Greenspace Mental Health, a technology company that was founded to transform the way in which care is accessed, measured and evaluated. Greenspace has worked with more than 4,000 clinicians and 300 treatment settings to implement measurement-based care. Simon holds a business and law degree from Ivey Business School and Western University, beginning his career in corporate law at Stikeman Elliott LLP. Following a short legal career, Simon helped to launch (and is currently the chair and director) of Building Up, a non-profit social enterprise focused on training and employment in the construction trades for people living in marginalized communities.

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