Watch a webinar with Dr. Keith Dobson, professor of clinical psychology and Depression Research Lab lead
Ask Dr. Dobson: Mental Health & Well-Being Q&A
Between new year’s resolutions; work, life and school stress; and getting through the doldrums that can be winter months, many people may be experiencing challenges — difficulties navigating among priorities, a lack of energy or motivation, and feelings of anxiety and being overwhelmed.
In this webinar, Dr. Keith Dobson, PhD, covered the critical ideas and conceptions related to mental health and well-being, coping strategies, and recent and emerging trends in research and practice, and engaged in an extended Q&A with webinar participants.
Suicide prevention trainings for UCalgary community
Through Reach Out training programs, the UCalgary campus community can play a vital role in suicide prevention by increasing our ability to recognize and respond to those experiencing thoughts of suicide.
Events open to UCalgary students
The Inquiring Mind Student Mental Health Training
Feb. 2, 1-4:30 p.m.
Learn to recognize signs of declining mental health in yourself and others. Participants will also receive a certificate for completing this session.
Trainings and workshops for UCalgary staff and faculty
Discover a range of neurodiversity-related workshops available to UCalgary faculty and staff. Participate in discussions surrounding topics like the neurodivergent students' experience in post-secondary environments, what sensory-processing means, suggestions for creating sensory-friendly campus spaces and much more.
The Working Mind trainings
Increase your awareness of mental health, reduce the stigma of mental illnesses, and understand resources to maintain positive mental health and increase resiliency. These workshops also teach participants how to support a supportive environment, strengthen organizational culture, and contribute to a healthy workplace.
The Working Mind is an evidence-based program developed by the Mental Health Commission of Canada and is adapted from the Department of National Defence's Road to Mental Health Readiness programs.