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- Drop-in HCS Advising
- Wellness Wednesdays - Ask the Nurse
- Stress Management and Building Resilience
- Understanding and Coping with Anxiety and Depression
- Navigating Stress and Seeking Balance
- Meet, Greet, and Eat
- Creative Collective
- Dungeons & Worry Dragons
- Thriving with ADHD/ADD
- Living with Chronic Pain
- Mindfulness Meditation
- Dissertation & Thesis Support Group
- Tending to Anti-Asian Racism During a Pandemic
- Mindful Medicine for Women of Colour
- Mental Health Monday: Stress Management Tips for Online Environments
- LGBTQ+ Radical Self-Care Groups
- Support Over Suicide & Students in Distress
- Nurturing Resilience
- Staying Well, Staying Committed
- Black Student Support and Healing Space
- Connected Globally and Adjusting Locally
- International Student Support Group
- Mental Wellness During COVID-19
- Progressive Muscle Relaxation Group
- Experience Disability
- Thrive Week: Well-Being During These Times
- COPE - Compassion Over Pain Endurance
- Health Peers
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Do you have brief questions you want to ask a mental health provider? LiveChat is an instant messaging tool for students to connect to readily available online mental health support.
Drop-in HCS Advising is a virtual space for you to feel heard and supported by an HCS access case manager, where you can figure out your next steps together.
Do you have questions or concerns about your health and are not sure who to ask? The nurses at Health and Counselling Services are here for you.
Stress Management and Building Resilience is a 3-Part Series where you’ll learn strategies, tools and resources for supporting your well-being. Join us for one, two, or all three sessions.
This seminar is open to any students, staff or faculty who are interested in learning more about anxiety and depression, both for those who have lived experience and those who just want to learn more.
Are you experiencing low mood or energy, and having difficulty focusing on your coursework? We are here to suuport students who are experiencing stress around school/life balance.
Take a lunch break and de-stress! Join us for an opportunity to relax, make connections and unwind through online creative crafts and games!
Whether you're student, staff, or faculty, Creative Collective provides opportunities to connect, relax, and unwind through crafts, motion, music, and more.
Face your demons – literally! Group members become players in the Dungeons & Dragons tabletop role-playing game, therapeutically facilitated to encourage group members to build social skills to combat depression and anxiety.
Learn strategies to understand ADHD and ADD to support yourself, as well as your mental health, work, and relationships.
Living with Chronic Pain is an acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)-based support group for students struggling with chronic pain.
Mindfulness Meditation is a free drop-in class open to SFU students, faculty, and staff.
A safe and confidential space for graduate students writing thesis or dissertation to share their experiences and receive support.
Throughout this pandemic, we have seen a growth in anti-Asian racism from racial slurs to violent acts, all of which have negatively impacted the Asian community as well as many other people who face colourism every day.
Join other self-identified women of colour for a 6-week therapy group focused on mindfulness and self-compassion.
As we continue this term of online learning, it is important to know how to manage stress, especially during midterm season.
In these groups, focused on supporting queer communities, we'll be tackling some big topics, sharing and listening, and forging genuine connections through our shared experiences right now.
This workshop is designed to provide participants with a brief introduction on how to recognize potential signs of distress and/or suicide risk, how to provide immediate support, and how to make appropriate referrals.
A gender-inclusive weekly Support Group for Survivors of Sexualized Violence.
A psycho-educational workshop focused on reinforcing strategies to increase healthy eating habits, enjoyment of food, and self-compassion.
A space for Black students to feel comfortable talking about Black experiences surrounding racism in a group setting.
An opportunity to meet others, ask questions, and learn strategies to overcome challenges connected with online learning including sleep, school/life balance, time management, procrastination, and motivation.
A safe space for students to share and support each other as they navigate everyday complexities of being an international student, including transition, family dynamics, culture, and independence.
A group intended to provide peer support/connection and psycho-educational information to SFU students dealing with issues related to student life during a global pandemic.
This group uses progressive muscle relaxation, which is a relaxation technique, to teach you to recognize tension in the body and how to relieve it.
This group is restricted to CAL registrants, and is designed to provide a space for students with disabilities to seek support in a safe environment.
Join us from February 8 to 12, 2021, as we celebrate Thrive Week with a series of virtual events geared to support your health and well-being.
This is a group for students who have experienced a range of loss during the pandemic, including jobs, death, and/or social connection, etc.