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Sharon Lawlor has more than 25 years experience in nursing, specializing in psychiatric nursing and crisis intervention. She has worked as a psychiatric nurse employed at community crisis centres, psychiatric group homes, inpatient psychiatric units, emergency room crisis units, youth and adult shelters, probation and parole, correctional halfway houses. For the last 11 years, Sharon has been consultant on a Mobile Crisis Intervention Team (MCIT) in partnership with Toronto Police services attending 911 mental health calls. She has also worked in nursing management developing case management and housing support programs for the mentally ill.
Her dedication and experience has taken her to India, Thailand and Egypt volunteering as a nurse, and starting up pre-ambulance care using her credentials as a paramedic. Sharon is a member of the Canadian Federation of Mental Health Nurses and belongs to the Registered Nursing Association mental health nursing interest group and is certified in psychiatric and mental health nursing CPMHN(c).
Sharon has been presenting and educating in mental health, crisis intervention and deescalating skills her audiences have been Police services, universities, corrections, general public and health care providers.
In 2010 she was presented with a Commendation Award by Peel Regional Police and in 2015 she was awarded the prestigious Toronto Star Nightingale Award for Nurse of the Year for her work on the Mobile Crisis Intervention Team. Toronto East General Hospital in 2015 presented her as the recipient of their Daisy Award for Nursing Excellence and in 2016 she was honoured with a St. John Ambulance Life Saving award. Her work was highlighted in the CBC “Hold your Fire” documentary about police interactions with the mentally ill.
Her incredible knowledge of mental health, advocacy commitment to the mentally ill, and ability to keep an audience enthusiastic and engaged, makes her an ideal MHFA instructor for a variety of audiences at all levels.