Mental Health Resources

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Dear Maddi Advice Column

A joint initiative between the Faculty of Science and CCS, Dear Maddi provides advice on common wellness topics. 

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Grad School Confidential Podcast

A podcast dedicated to breaking the silence over academic and personal challenges, Grad School Confidential tackles many of the hurdles that are commonly faced in grad school. Learn more.

 

CCS Guide to Community Mental Health Resources in Edmonton [PDF]

 

Mental Health Topics

Mental well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a far-reaching impact on the lives of millions of people. As we adjust to the ‘new normal’ of social distancing, we are also seeing many changes in our lifestyles and home life. Some people may experience fear, anxiety, depressed mood or other mental health symptoms. These reactions are natural responses to an unprecedented situation. Although these feelings are normal, there are steps you can take to promote wellness in your life during this difficult period.

A Student's Guide to Wellness During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Additional topics

Depression and Grief
Isolation and Loneliness

Mental Health Resources translated in simplified Chinese

Other Campus Counselling Services

Graduate Student Assistance Program
Graduate Student Assistance Program
780-428-7909 or 1-800-663-1142
Suite 240
Garneau Professional Building
11044 82 Ave NW.
Services for Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry students
For students in the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry:
Ryan Jacobson, Registered Psychologist
Sophia Park, Registered Psychologist
780-492-3150
OAWadmin@ualberta.ca
Soutien Psychologique en Français
Pour obtenir du soutien psychologique en français, ou pour plus d'informations, veuillez contacter:
Josée Ouellette Conseillère-thérapeute
780-938-1017
jouellet@ualberta.ca