Mental health

Queen’s faces of mental illness: Strength, suffering and suicide

As part of Mental Illness Awareness Week, Lifestyle is featuring personal stories from Queen’s student each day from Oct. 6-10. We'll be continuing the initiative throughout the year with...Continue...

Queen’s faces of mental illness: Surviving self-harm and depression

As part of Mental Illness Awareness Week, Lifestyle is featuring personal stories from Queen’s student each day from Oct. 6-10. We’ll be continuing the initiative throughout the year with...Continue...

Queen’s faces of mental illness: Destigmatizing depression

As part of Mental Illness Awareness Week, Lifestyle is featuring personal stories from Queen’s students each day from Oct. 6-10. We’ll be continuing the initiative throughout the year with...Continue...

Queen’s faces of mental illness: Eating disorder support

WARNING: This piece talks about eating disorders and may be triggering for some readers.

As part of Mental Illness Awareness Week, Lifestyle is featuring...Continue...

Queen’s faces of mental illness: MIAW 2014

As part of Mental Illness Awareness Week, Lifestyle is featuring personal stories from Queen’s students each day from Oct. 6-10. We'll be continuing the initiative throughout the...Continue...

Queen’s faces of mental illness: Navigating new spaces

As part of Mental Illness Awareness Week, Lifestyle is featuring personal stories from Queen’s students each day from Oct. 6-10. We’ll be continuing the initiative throughout the...Continue...

Mental training

Helping a friend battle a mental illness is easier said than done.Continue...

Centre seeks help for students in crisis

The Peer Support Centre is turning to an outside organization to manage crisis situations.Continue...

Slim turnout at mental health forum

Fourth-year student Julia Zulver says mental health has lost its popularity on campus.Continue...

Concert surplus goes to hospital

Frosh Week 2011 earned a surplus, allowing the Orientation Roundtable (ORT) to make a charitable donation. The extra $5,000 was given to Kingston General Hospital (KGH) on Jan. 31, with an intended focus on youth mental health.Continue...

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