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#47 Graduate Student Mental Health

Angali, MSc student at the Institute of Medical Science, University of Toronto

September 19, 2018

One in four people will be affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives. This is particularly true among graduate students, who recent studies suggest, are at an increased risk for depression and anxiety. In this episode, you'll hear the voices of a group of graduate students across Toronto as they share their stories and struggles with mental illness. Alongside each story, you'll hear about the resources and coping strategies that allowed them to better manage their mental health. Check out our website for featured guest names and all the great resources they share in the episode!

Written by: Melissa Galati and Vanessa Cservid

Event: The Art of Mindfulness @ RYU Apparel
Janine: Student Health & Wellness Centre Website
Janine: "How are you feeling today?" Mental Health Resources Directory
Jacalyn: Grad Minds
Jacalyn: Elemental Magazine
Jacalyn: Counselling at OISE
Jacalyn: CBT workshops
Anjali: Toronto Distress Centre
Geith: Health & Wellness Appointment Booking Website
Geith: UofT Gyms
Geith: Fitness Classes
Alena: Hard Feelings Counselling
Lisa: Good2Talk Helpline
Lisa: BetterHelp
Jarrett: "I Don't Want to Talk About It": Overcoming the Secret Legacy of Male Depression (Book)
Liam: Safetalk Training
Conflict Resolution Centre
Conflict Resolution Centre Workshops
Denise: Mental Health Commision of Canada Website
Denise: Mental Health First Aid Training Courses in Toronto
Directory of Services for Graduate Students