Bell Let's Talk 2023 at UCalgary
Take part in events, trainings and workshops, download self-care guides and worksheets, or check in on a loved one or peer.
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Recognizing and Destigmatizing Mental Health: A Panel Event
Wednesday, January 25, 5-6:30pm
Learn more about mental health stigma and how UCalgary students hope to address this stigma with systems of support and care. Join the Graduate Student’s Association for a panel event about this topic. Panelists will also discuss individual and collective ways to support mental health.
Science in the Cinema: Inside Out
Thursday, January 26, 6 p.m.
The Plaza Theatre
Attend a screening of Inside Out, an award-winning Disney Pixar movie about navigating emotions. Admission and popcorn are free for all. After the movie, UCalgary mental health experts will lead the audience in a discussion and Q & A about mental health and technology.
Events and activities for UCalgary students, staff and faculty
Wednesday, January 25 at the TFDL
Take part in writing a message of hope, gratitude or compassion for your peers. We'll also be handing out tote bags, worksheets, and other resources to connect you to mental health supports.
Wednesday, January 25, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Trainings and workshops for UCalgary staff and faculty
The Working Mind: Managers
Gain an understanding of dealing with workplace mental issues, including accommodations and balancing employee and organizational needs. This is a two-part training.
Talk Together at the Life Design Hub
Enjoy a variety of activities centred around relaxing, de-stressing and checking-in with one another. Join in on meditation, colouring, a ‘drawing your happiness exercise’ and more!
Pop-in event at the Life Design Hub (MSC171) January 25, between 11:45 a.m. - 1:45 p.m.
Recovery on Campus Alberta: Recovery 101
The University of Calgary Recovery Community (UCRC) and Recovery on Campus Alberta (ROC) support those questioning their relationship with substances and/or other behaviours, those in recovery, and those seeking recovery from addiction.
Recovery 101 is a free three-hour training that covers models of addiction, approaches to recovery, stigma, allyship, the post-secondary experience, and more.