Engaging Faculty in Campus Mental Health

Ask the Experts: CICMH Webinar Series

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Trying to engage faculty in campus mental health issues?

The role of the professor is a key determinant in academic success. Students often have more interaction with their course instructors than any other campus staff. Engaging faculty in mental health can vitally contribute to a mentally healthy campus.

Key Learnings
  • Strategies to engage professors and faculty in campus mental health.
  • Learn about a case study from Queen’s University about their engagement of faculty in campus mental health.
  • Get mental health resources for faculty to use to become more involved
Presenter Bios

Dr. Mike Condra
Director of Health in Counselling & Disability Services at Queen’s University



Joanne Roston
Embedded Counselor for the Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science at Queen’s University



The Ask the Experts webinar series is a collaboration with the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health, CAMH HPRC and EENet


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Good2TalkFaculty and Staff can also encourage students to call Good2Talk, a free, confidential and anonymous helpline providing professional counselling, information and referrals for mental health, addictions for postsecondary students in Ontario. 24/7/365. Call: 1-866-925-5454

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