It’s important to recognize that we need to prepare ourselves for the inevitable bumps in the road—no matter how big or small. We need to learn how to take care of our whole selves—mentally, physically and emotionally—so that we’re ready to fully engage with new ideas and experience.
Changing Minds connects training opportunities, support services, resources and stories from real people across the MacEwan University community. In making these connections, we’re starting a conversation around the importance of mental health—and creating a healthier campus.
The Inquiring Mind
Spend a few hours learning more about mental health and how to support yourself and others. You'll walk away with tools you can use for the rest of your life. Workshops are offered all year at different times. Students register for the workshop through MacEwanLife or by dropping by the Student Affairs office.
The Working Mind
The Working Minds program is designed to address and promote mental health and reduce the stigma of mental illness in a workplace setting. This program is for all MacEwan employees.
Employees register for a workshop through MacEwanLife. After login, choose "Working Minds Sessions" from the list on the left within MacEwanLife.
Build your wellness toolbox, learn more about yourself and explore health and wellness resources available on and off campus. Sign in to myPortal.MacEwan.ca, click on “Blackboard Learn,” “Courses” and search for “myHealth” in the course catalog section.