It’s Mental Health Week!Posted on: May 3, 2021
May 3-9, 2021 marks the 70th annual CMHA Mental Health Week which focuses on how naming, expressing, and dealing with our emotions — the ones we like and the ones we don’t — is important for our mental health. Click to find out more about Mental Health Week and check out related resources. Keep an eye on @CUEdmonton’s Instagram all week for ‘Live’ interviews daily at noon!
What can you do to support mental health?
1. President’s Breakfast for Mental Health
Join us online on Thursday, May 6, 2021 for CUE’s fifth annual President’s Fundraising Breakfast for Mental Health, hosted by Christian Potolicki, a current CUE student, and featuring talks from alumna Tiffany Snow, and current student, Mikolas Mykietyshyn on how they navigate challenging issues related to mental health. We will also be joined by Marina Hutton, who will lead us through a mindfulness exercise, and Shelagh O’Brien, mother of our student who was lost too soon and for whom the Shaughn O’Brien Mental Health Fund is named for. Get more info: bit.ly/CUE-MHB21
2. Interested in some professional development in the areas of mental health and suicide prevention? CUE Wellness is offering several virtual workshops this Spring which are FREE and open to students, staff and faculty. Find out more here.
3. Sexual Violence Prevention Training (for employees)
May 5, 2021 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Click here for more details and to register.
4. Check out this resource. In partnership with AHS and the Alberta Government, Together All is proud to offer all Albertans aged 16+ a free, easily accessible and safe online community for them to get support, take control, and feel better. What’s Together All? Member Story
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