Debra Lefebvre is the owner and lead facilitator of Limestone City Mental Health (LCMH). Our mission is to increase mental health literacy in the community, at home, and in the workplace. Debra is a Registered Nurse, Trauma-Informed Practitioner, Psychotherapist, and Health Consultant who has brought together an awesome and engaging like-minded team of health professionals to serve your mental wellness needs, and to support psychological safety in the workplace.
Debra has a formidable career in health care leadership and practice. She has received numerous awards for her leadership and advocacy in health and wellness and has been featured in media numerous times, most recently CTV National. 2022. She was featured on International Women's Day, 2022, (Global News) speaking about the importance of diversity, inclusion and equity of women in all spaces.
Debra gives back to her community through volunteer commitments on various boards and committees. She facilitates courses and workshops for the Mental Health Commission of Canada, the Community Resilience Initiative, and Workplace Safety and Prevention Services of Ontario, and is a consultant to the Mental Health Commission of Canada. She is a sought-after keynote speaker and brings energy, passion, expertise, and insight to any course or workshop she facilitates.
Through contact-based education, capacity building, and empowerment, the LCMH team is committed to helping individuals, workplaces, the community, and youth and youth-serving agencies help themselves and others in mental health distress with evidence-based skills and tools. We offer mental health first aid courses and workshops and seminars focused on mental health, as well as workplace assessments and strategies to support psychological safety.
To make meaningful contributions to the wellness of all people at home, in the community, and the workplace through Mental Health and Psychological Safety awareness, understanding, training, and other effective tools and strategies.
We are focused on improving Mental Health and Wellness in the community and workplace. Our approach includes Mental Health and Well-being training, workshops, seminars, and public speaking engagements.
Mental Health First Aid is an evidence-based, certified program from the Mental Health Commission of Canada, and is part of The National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace and in Post-Secondary institutions. Assessment tools and strategies to establish psychological safety in the workplace are available.
Every person is entitled to live, work and play in environments that support good mental health.
Integrity. We are clear in our words and actions and intend to do the right things for the right reasons to benefit all people.
Inclusion: Every person has the right to be heard, validated, and part of the team.
Diversity: We believe uniqueness is powerful so be yourself. We like it that way.
Quality. We strive for excellence in everything we do.
Collaboration. We are committed to engaging our clients in good faith as trusted and valued partners.
Accessibility. We believe everyone can help reduce stigma and have a good understanding of mental health.