Education For Parents/Caregivers of Students

Mental health workshops, virtual sessions, and more.

Connecting families and students.

VĪV Mental Health delivers interactive mental health workshops and virtual learning sessions for parents/guardians of students wanting to learn more about mental health as it relates to themselves and their children. We are proud to offer sessions on topics such as stress, anxiety, depression, neurodiversity, compassionate communication skills, social skill development, sexual health, and many more. These engaging and interactive presentations foster a safe and inclusive environment for parents and caregivers to learn about and interact with various mental health concepts, delivered by a CMHA-Certified Psychological Health & Safety Advisor.

Learn more about our School and Classroom Presentations here.

Learn more about our Training For Teachers and Educators here.

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“Kris is a compassionate and resourceful man, and his sessions and conversations are always so thoughtful and relevant. His superpower seems to be that he can draw out the best in people, helping others feel comfortable with their own vulnerability and creating a safe space for folks to exist freely without judgement.”

Justin Lessard

Mental Health Therapist

“I’ve been listening to your podcast and I love it. It’s so good! Thank you so much for being so vulnerable and sharing your story. It makes it so much easier for people to open up and help remove the stigma behind mental health struggles. Thank you so much!”



“Kris is a true professional. From the start of his presentation to the end, he had the full attention of my students. A talented speaker with a wealth of knowledge on the subject. I highly recommend!”

Nick Foley

Professor, Loyalist College

“One of the best podcasts I’ve heard. Amazing job.”

J.J. Richard


“I just wanted to reach out and thank you for speaking to our class today, it really resonated with me. As someone who’s struggled with mental health for a long time, hearing you talk about you personal struggles felt so relatable and less lonely. I appreciate your candour.”


Graduate student