The Well-Being Learning Hub is a peer-to-peer mental health and well-being learning centre. The program is led by students, individuals with lived experience and professionals with mental health training. The Hub offers free courses that aim to empower you and your peers.
All students are welcome!
This is a safe and welcoming environment for you to learn and connect with your peers. Participation is flexible based on your comfort level and schedule. You don’t have to be registered with Student Accessibility Services to participate.
You are an expert in your own experience. If you are interested in informing mental health programming at your school, this is the course for you! You and your peers will come together to brainstorm ideas for courses to be offered in the Well-Being Learning Hub.
You will collectively design and develop the course offerings for the next semester in the WLH. You will decide what the course topics are, how to engage with these topics, and the names of the courses. As students, you and your peers know your needs better than anyone else. We can’t wait to learn and create alongside you!
What will we learn?
- About the personal recovery movement, co-design, and the recovery college philosophy
- To work as a member of a team to design relevant and impactful courses
- To leverage your experiences navigating wellness as a post-secondary student as a source of strength and value
- To find a sense of empowerment to exercise creativity in creating new and innovative courses that meet the needs of post secondary students