Helping Ontario's colleges and universities enhance their capacity to support student mental health and well-being.

Welcome

Welcome to the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health! Our mission is to help Ontario’s colleges and universities enhance their capacity to support student mental health and well-being.

You can find everything you need here, from resources on student mental health, webinars with experts, campus initiatives, to the latest news. We have it all here for you!

Reducing Cannabis Harms

This guide explores issues related to cannabis use and provides readers with an overview of health approaches that can reduce the harms and risks associated with it.

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Knowledge Sharing

The Centre is committed to building the knowledge and skills of front-line staff, faculty and student leaders in the post-secondary mental health sector.
2018 Conference | Bold Ideas

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Conference

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Accessibility Services on Post-Secondary Campuses

Pearlyn Ng from CICMH sits down with Jennifer Gillies, Associate Director of AccessAbility Services at the University of Waterloo, to discuss the changing landscape and nature of accessibility services on post-secondary campuses.

Conversation

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Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

This webinar will look at programming catered to students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) at the post-secondary level.

Webinar

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Campus Initiatives

The Centre keeps track of campus initiatives from across the province to help you stay informed of the work being done in student mental health.

Resources

The Centre identifies and compiles best and promising programs, practices and resources to help Ontario's post-secondary institutions enhance their capacity to support student mental health and well-being.

News

December 6, 2018

Possibilité de partenariat: Norme nationale sur la santé et la sécurité psychologiques pour les étudiants du postsecondaire
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December 4, 2018

Graduate School Can Have Terrible Effects on People's Mental Health
By: Alia Wong   “I was always gung ho about going to graduate school for some reason,” reflects Everet Rummel, a data analyst at the City University of New York. “That was naive.”   Rummel was indeed gung ho, embarking on a doctoral program in economics immediately after completing both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in just...
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