Mike Fischhoff did his undergrad in health sciences and then a masters in youth and family services. He graduated with a Masters in Psychotherapy in 2022. He has over 10 years of camp health care experience in an urban overnight camp, 15 years of medical overseas experience, and 10 years in health and safety training.
He also has 15 years of social justice ministry experience, and 20 years of children and youth ministry experience.
He has been a CPR and First Aid Trainer since August 2015.
Mike brings stories from his experiences in several different contexts as it relates to emergency first aid response. Videos, interactive class teaching, practical examples, and on site hands on practice are all a part of each of his courses.
Mike is certified with Life’s Emergency Training, a WSIB approved First Aid and CPR training Canadian organization.
After seeing quite a few friends struggling with mental health challenges, and after a few died by suicide, Mike began a charity called Echoes (www.echoes.care) to help reduce the stigma around mental health and to journey with those with mental health challenges. He became an instructor of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) with the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) in July 2019.