The Inquiring Mind
Supporting ourselves and each other
Student Health & Wellness is excited to bring The Inquiring Mind Post-Secondary program back to Dalhousie University.
What is The Inquiring Mind Post Secondary?
It is delivered in a 4-hour workshop format and covers three main components: stigma reduction, resiliency skills, and the Mental Health Continuum Model.
The program also teaches about creating a supportive campus and how to support others who may be experiencing poor mental health. The program is designed to be interactive with activities and group discussions, as well as a set of scenarios for participants to work through.
The next Inquiring Mind workshop will take place on November 10 from 10am–12pm and November 12 from 10am–12pm. Participants must attend both sessions. Register using the form below.
Training can be provided to interested student groups, in addition to the monthly offering open to individual students. To request The Inquiring Mind workshop for your group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The goal of this program is to:
- Reduce stigma and negative attitudes towards those struggling with poor mental health
- Help participants maintain mental health and improve resilience and coping strategies
- Help participants support others
- Foster a supportive campus community
Why should you participate?
This program aims to give university students the practical knowledge of mental health and mental illness so they can:
- Use the mental health continuum to recognize changes in their mental health and that of others
- Be prepared to use skills to improve their coping and resiliency
- Reduce both public and self-stigma
- Be willing to be a part of a supportive campus environment