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The Mental Health and Autism Project (MHAP) is a partnership between ACT – Autism Community Training and UBC Continuing Professional Development (CPD) which aims to create an enhanced awareness of the growing trend of children with ASD having co-morbid mental health challenges. This education aims to support health professionals to better recognize these mental health challenges and provide the appropriate care. Visit any of the video series below to further explore topics in this project: