We invite you to reach out to us if you are interested in getting access to a copy of presentation and facilitation slides that you can use to share student well-being information within your department, unit, or student groups. For questions about our educational programming, or to explore how mental health and well-being content can be embedded within your own programming, please contact

SFU Health Promotion offers the following educational programming in support of student mental health and well-being:

Online & Virtual Resources

Bouncing Forward

Bouncing Forward is a free, non-credit Canvas course designed to help you build resilience and enhance your well-being. Join now

8 Ways to Build Resilience

This is a video series based on Bouncing Forward. In each video, you can learn about an aspect of resilience and follow along with an activity. Watch it here

Student Initiatives

Health Peers

The Health Peers work with the Health Promotion team at Health & Counselling to support student health and well-being on campus through free events and workshops, and virtual outreaches like podcasts, and more.

"Over 1000 students were reached through in-person events, and over 3000 were engaged via synchronous and asynchronous virtual programs, outreach and communication materials."

- 2021/2022 Report

SFU Health Promotion leads and facilitates systemic action to create healthy settings by embedding mental health and well-being literacy as a core commitment within Health & Counselling’s Student Mental Health & Well-being Framework