Reaching out for help isn’t a sign of weakness, but of strength, says Mohsan Beg, executive director of the Student Counselling Centre.
The centre offers a range of supports for mental health and wellness, from informal drop-in groups to individual therapy.
“We are a professional staff of licensed mental health practitioners,” Dr. Beg says. “Just like you would go to a medical professional to help you heal if you had a broken bone, we are here to help you heal when you need it.”
A $25,000 grant will help the University implement a national standard for mental health for post-secondary students.
An on-campus clinic to test for exposure to COVID-19 is the result of collaboration across the community.
My Student Support Program (MySSP) gives UWindsor students free access to confidential mental health supports and services.
An online workshop Friday afternoon will help faculty and staff respond to student concerns the coronavirus outbreak.
The My Student Support Program offers UWindsor students 24-hour access to counselling services.
The Student Counselling Centre is offering free, confidential drop-in counselling for extended hours during exams.
The Keep.meSAFE Student Support Program provides connections 24 hours a day to licensed and trained counsellors.
Mohsan Beg of the Student Counselling Centre will discuss how to manage stress in a free lunchtime soup session Tuesday.