Mental Health Skills Training

ws_web-1950x650_mh-training.jpg


Our team includes registered social workers who practice community social work. We offer a range of mental health workshops to support student wellbeing. Support your community by gaining helping skills. If we work together, we have the capacity to support each other. Our training sessions help build community, decrease loneliness, and build capacity to help ourselves and each other.


Community Helpers

Open to all U of A staff and students, the Community Helpers program provides practical skills that you can use in your day-to-day life to help the student community.


Suicide Prevention

LivingWorks training teaches faculty, staff, and students the skills to recognize and support students who may be having thoughts of suicide.


How to Have a Supportive Conversation

Participants will learn how to approach concerning conversations with peers, how to engage in supportive listening, and how to make appropriate referrals to on- and off-campus resources.


October 15: Mental Health Check-In

1:00 - 1:30 pm.
Sometimes a quick check-in and chat about how we are doing can go a long way to care for our mental health. This virtual 30-minute workshop will give you practical tools to help you have those conversations and think about how saying how we feel can change how we feel! 

Register Now