Supporting ourselves and each other
Dalhousie Student Health & Wellness has adapted the Road to Mental Readiness from the Department of National Defense and The Working Mind from the Mental Health Commission of Canada to bring you The Inquiring Mind.
This three-hour workshop aims to reduce stigma, build resiliency and change how we think and talk about mental health & wellness. The workshops are FREE to Dalhousie and King's students, and are eligible DalConnects Leadership Program workshops.
Winter 2018 workshops
Inquiring Minds Workshops will be held every Saturday from 12:30-3:30 pm and every Monday from 3:30-6:30 pm in the DSU Wellness Room.
You can register for an Inquiring Minds workshop by using this sign up sheet
Sessions are capped at 30 attendees. However, if you were unable to register you may still drop-by the workshop to see if there are any no-shows. These spaces will be filled on a first-come first-serve basis. Those who register in advance are given priority.
If you decide not to attend a session please remove your name from the sign up sheet so other students may sign up.
Students can only receive extra credit for attending the workshop once. If you used the workshop for extra credit last semester, you cannot use it again this semester.
Please indicate your professor & course code ONLY if they have agreed to provide extra credit for the workshop.
Inquiring Minds workshops are eligible to be part of the Dal Connects Leadership program, but are not included on the co-curricular record.