You have a unique role in the lives of students. You want to students to achieve their academic goals, but you know that their campus experience can affect their success in the classroom.
We invite you and your colleagues to join our community. We need your valuable perspectives and experiences to guide promising policies, programs and models that promote well-being among your students.
When you join our community, you will also have an opportunity to find support and information when you deal with problems or concerns in your own classes. You can connect with others, find information and resources, and share strategies. We want all faculty members to feel empowered and informed when dealing with a concern on campus.
Students may not know where they can find help for problems or concerns. Here is a quick guide to services that are available on many campuses in BC: The school’s student organization, such as your student association, student society or student union Many student organizations offer wellness services for students, and they can help students identify other resources on...
Learn how to respond to students' concerns Counselling & Student Development at the BC Institute of Technology have created "Unmasking Distress," a tool to help faculty and campus professionals respond to student wellness concerns effectively. "Unmasking Distress" helps you recognize and respond to student distress, refer students to appropriate resources,...
Our stories are an important way to share and learn. If you'd like to share your story with members of the Healthy Minds/Healthy Campuses community, please let us know!
Healthy Minds/Healthy Campuses is a vibrant and evolving Community of Practice. What is a Community of Practice? A Community of Practice is a group of people who share with each other and learn from each other. We are here to facilitate and support your discussions, but we can’t have a community without community members! We invite everyone concerned about wellness on campus...
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