Professional staff offer healthy lifestyle appointments to any student interested in changing a health behaviour. We also provide meaningful volunteer experiences to 80 students through the Peer Health Educator and Campus Observation Room programs. Health Promotion work is also supported through student practicum placements and several part-time, paid student opportunities each year.
We invite you to a presentation about BounceBack, a free skill-building program grounded in cognitive behavioral therapy designed to help manage low mood, mild to moderate depression and anxiety, stress or worry.
Learn how to recognize when someone is struggling with physical distancing and how to respond with particular emphasis on someone in immediate distress and/or in crisis.