Mental Health | Work of Arts
Mental Health | Work of Arts

Tagged with: Mental Health

April 11, 2018

Student Voices: Take Care of Yo’ Self

Letting go of guilt a necessary step towards health, says student blogger Brittany Johnson read more »

March 8, 2018

Student Voices: We Need Some Positivity Up in Here

What we share on social media may be contributing negatively to the mental health of others, including ourselves read more »

January 10, 2018

Student Voices: Self-Care is Survival

Small things go a long way to mental health and well-being read more »

September 8, 2017

Alumni Excellence Award: Mysterious Barricades

Elizabeth Turnbull turned her grief into hope for those with mental illness read more »

January 11, 2017

Finding help close to home

Faculty of Arts psychologist Suman Varghese counsels students in crisis read more »

November 10, 2016

Student Voices: Sensitivity as a Source of Strength

Student says we need to stop viewing emotions as a weakness read more »

October 6, 2016

Student Voices: An International Perspective on Mental Health

Radha Saikia reflects on the unique challenges shared by international students read more »

April 13, 2016

Student View: A Few Things About Mental Health

Arts leadership cohort blogger takes an honest look at mental health read more »

January 22, 2015

Mental illness through a different lens

Political Science PhD candidate Janet Phillips studies the history of Canada’s mental health policy and shifts in how we perceive and exclude the mentally ill read more »

October 28, 2014

Student Voices: Cooking your way to success

Although studying and attending class are important, 4th year student Charlotte Forss believes learning to cook is equally vital for student success read more »

October 14, 2014

Student Voices: How to deal with school stresses

Fourth year student Ashton Mucha provides new and returning Arts students with tips and resources on how to manage stress. read more »