The Inquiring Mind Mental Health Training – Virtual

The Inquiring Mind Post-Secondary (TIM PS) is an evidence-based program designed to address and promote mental health and reduce the stigma of mental illness in an educational / student setting.


The goals of the training are to:

  • reduce stigma and negative attitudes towards those struggling with poor mental health;
  • help participants maintain mental health and improve resilience and coping strategies;
  • teach participants about the Mental Health Continuum Model;
  • foster a supportive campus community;
  • support others.


The course’s objective is to give university students the practical knowledge of mental health and mental illness so they can:

  • Use the mental health continuum to recognize changes in their mental health and that of others.
  • Be prepared to use skills to improve their coping and resiliency.
  • Reduce both public and self-stigma.
  • Be willing to be a part of a supportive campus environment.

Both in-person and virtual sessions will be announced in September!


All dates and times will be announced in September 2021. Please check out our social media pages for more information.

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Anxiety Workshops

Since the beginning of the pandemic, anxiety has been increasing for our entire community. We have put together a short workshop to provide tips and tricks to better manage anxiety and take care of ourselves during these times.

Exam Stress Series

Exam period is stressful for students in general and even more so during the pandemic. We have put together an Exam Stress Self-Care Series for students to help them get through finals while taking good care.

We are always open to suggestions so if you have ideas or requests for workshops, please contact us at!

Support Groups

The Eating Disorders Support Group

The Eating Disorders Support group is for students of all genders who are struggling with eating issues of all types: restriction, binging, excessive exercising, purging, obsession with healthful eating, obsession with muscle mass, obsession with weight or body shape, night eating, etc.

The group is a safe and confidential space to explore the functions of disordered eating and receive support in the recovery process. No diagnosis required. Open to students from Bishop’s University and Champlain College.

Email questions to Sarah Beth Frost, Counsellor in Residence at

Sexual Assault Support & Healing – S.A.S.H

The Bishop’s University Community Sexual Assault Support & Healing is a support group offering an inclusive community space for individuals to engage in meaningful discussions and activities. Meetings are open to individuals who identify as survivors.

SASH is a peer-led support group.

Check out the S.A.S.H Facebook page for more information.