The mental health and well-being of faculty, staff and teaching assistants is of the utmost importance to the Faculty of Arts & Science. Learn more about the resources available to support your own mental health, how to better support your students, as well as training and education opportunities available through the Faculty.
For additional assistance in navigating mental health resources contact:
Caroline Rabbat, Director
High Risk, Faculty Support & Mental Health
Mental Health Programs Officer
Discover support for navigating situations that you might encounter, as well as campus and community resources which are intended to help you find the mental health and wellbeing supports that meet your needs.
As faculty, staff and teaching assistants you may find yourself in a situation where you’re asked to respond to student mental health concerns. Find resources to assist you in connecting students with the appropriate mental health support.
The Faculty runs a series of mental health literacy workshops for units and offers free suicide alertness training for everyone in Arts & Science. Learn more about training and education opportunities and register for upcoming sessions.