Infosheets

Based on our webinar series, our infosheets provide an overview of important topics for front-line staff and others working in campus mental health. Be sure to share them with your co-workers.

Recent Infosheet

Rest and Sleep

July 7, 2022

This infosheet aims to arm you with information on the benefits of different kinds of rest, to help you access better rest and sleep, based on our Campus Mental Health Works training.

Archived Infosheets

Rest and Sleep

July 7, 2022

This infosheet aims to arm you with information on the benefits of different kinds of rest, to help you access better rest and sleep, based on our Campus Mental Health Works training.

5 Tips for Success in Grants

July 6, 2022

This Infosheet provides a summary of five tips for success in applying for grants, from finding the best funding opportunities to providing stewardship throughout the funding cycle.

Empathic Strain

June 22, 2022

This information sheet provides complementary information to the Campus Mental Health Works Empathic Strain session.

Building Intentional Partnerships

June 20, 2022

Fruitful partnerships are built through continued interactions between partners. In these interactions, partners have the opportunity to learn about one another, build trust and respect, and identify each other’s skill sets.

Anger and Mental Health

May 25, 2022

This infosheet outlines the characteristics of anger, how we evolved to experience anger, how to express our anger, ways that we can transform our relationship to our own anger, ways that we can support someone with their anger, and more.

Food Insecurity and Mental Health

April 5, 2022

With a third to one half of students being classified as food insecure globally, this info sheet outlines some of the impacts of food insecurity on mental health, as well as some examples of food security programs that have been developed on campuses across the country.

Addressing the impact of culture on mental health

March 28, 2022

As student populations on Ontario campuses become more diverse, approaches to supporting student mental health must be flexible and rooted in an understanding of how systems of oppression impact and intersect within diverse campus communities.

Critical Self Reflection in Action

March 24, 2022

Critical reflection involves the identification of deep-seated assumptions, but with the primary purpose of bringing about some improvements in professional practice.

The Winter Blues Infosheet

January 13, 2022

This info sheet defines the winter blues, and seasonal affective disorder, as well as highlighting what causes it, who it affects, what the symptoms are, and how to manage it in one's own life.