Thank you for participating in CanREACH and becoming a part of our CanREACH Family and Network. We hope the information here will continue to support and empower you in your work with pediatric mental health in your practice. Remember to tell your colleagues about the CanREACH CME training, and please check out and share our published peer reviewed paper on CanREACH:


CanREACH Modules

These online training modules are available to expand you learning in areas not covered in the standard PPP mini-fellowship. Alumni have informed us that they prefer online modules to access on their own time, and have indicated areas they wish to include. Please click on the module you wish to view and be sure to have your volume on for these narrated presentations that are concise and relevant to primary care practice. These modules will work on PC computers. They will also work on MAC if using Google Chrome or has flash installed for other browsers (most do). The modules do not work on iPhone or iPad. (Note: added modules are scheduled for the future, so check back from time to time.)

Adverse Childhood Experiences, ACEs

Eating Disorders

Addictions Module


CanREACH Resources

During each fellowship training cohorts, so many resources are discussed during the clinical case discussions. CanREACH has compiled those resources here for you to access on demand. You may download this and save it to your computer. (Note: this gets updated every six months so check back
CanREACH Booklet

An additional book of resources that CanREACH has identified as Frequently used by Primary Care Providers, and compiled for professional use. You may download this and save it to your computer. (Note: this gets updated every six months so check back)
CanREACH Booklet


Web-Based Links

Frequently used resources discussed during the training that are worth adding to your bookmarks to re-refer to as needed.

GLAD-PC - Guidelines for adolescent depression in primary care tool-kit

T-MAY - Treatment of maladaptive aggression in youth guidelines tool-kit

CAPPC – Rating Scales that are evidence based and free

CADDRA - Canadian ADHD Resources Alliance has resources, forms, and practice guidelines

CAMESA - Guidelines about side effects of antipsychotic drugs in children.

KELTY Mental Health - Medication Overviews

Choosing Wisely Canada - Guidelines and recommendations, Psychiatry Specific


Medication Cards

Access the medication card overviews that were provided during the PPP training using these links made available from The REACH Institute:

Atypical Antipsychotics: Optimal Dosing/Titration Strategies for Children and Adolescents

Medications for Depression and Anxiety

Mood Stabilizers in Children and Adolescents

FDA Approved Medications for ADHD