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C4K Virtual Café: A Year in Review

Nov 4, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Carol Beauchamp
Executive Director @Rebound & Child Youth Services (RCYS)
As executive director of Rebound for over six years, Carol takes a client-centered approach to forging innovative partnerships and collaborative relationships to increase capacity for accessible and timely mental health services for children and youth. A systems thinker and change manager, Carol analyzes the big picture to identify service gaps and potential opportunities. Developing a nimble and adaptable organizational culture that values team creativity, cohesion and inclusivity is a cornerstone of meeting the changing mental health needs of our community.
Susanne Clements, M.Sc., RP, RMFT-S
Director, Clinical Services @YouthLink
Susanne Clements is the clinical director of YouthLink, a children’s mental health agency located in Scarborough, Ontario, which services youth, aged 12-24, and their families who wish to improve on their relational and mental health. Susanne has over 25 years of experience in the field of individual and family therapy and over 15 years of experience as a manager. She is a CAMFT approved clinical supervisor, a CAMFT registered marriage and family therapist, a registered psychotherapist (RP), clinical supervisor and an EMDR therapist. As a therapist/supervisor she works from a systemic perspective with the foundation of her integrative approach in experiential therapy and internal family systems. Susanne has worked extensively with youth/adolescence, families/domestic violence, substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. As a supervisor and director, she utilizes systemic principles to strive for organizational health.
Darcia Curtis
Director of Service Excellence & Partnerships @FIREFLY
Over the past 17 years, Darcia has worked in non-profit management, most recently as the director of service excellence and partnerships at FIREFLY, responsible for child and youth mental health. Before that, Darcia was Director of the transitional aged youth program and Assistant Director of the intensive support residences program with the Kenora Association for Community Living. Darcia is currently a graduate student at Adler University in the Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership Program. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in sociology, focusing on deviance and social control from the University of Calgary and a Bachelor of Education from Queen's University. She has worked extensively in her community to address the impacts of addiction, poverty, trauma, food insecurity, homelessness and human trafficking.