The SU Wellness Centre has been working with the Mental Health Commission of Canada to deliver The Inquiring Mind Program at the University of Calgary.
The Inquiring Mind, geared towards an undergraduate student audience, aims to increase awareness of mental health, reduce the stigma of mental illnesses, and offer resources to maintain positive mental health and increase resiliency.
Equally important goals are to create a supportive environment, strengthen the campus culture, and contribute to a healthy campus.
Please note: This training is in a pilot phase and registrants will be asked to complete an optional and confidential pre and post survey to provide feedback on the program
|Title of Training Offered:||The Inquiring Mind|
|Length of Training:||3 hours|
|Cost:||Free (and food will be provided!)|
The course’s goal is to give you practical knowledge of mental health and mental illness so you can:
• Understand these concepts
• Recognize signs and indicators in yourself and others
• Reduce stigma and negative attitudes
• Support friends and peers with mental health problems
• Maintain your own mental health and improve your resilience
|Who Should Take this Training?||All undergraduate students|
|Training Dates for 2017||
-Friday April 7 from 12:30pm-4:00pm
Registration opens approximately 3 weeks prior to training