Peer Support Centre

Lack of space limits progress

Despite a Queen’s-wide focus on mental health, the University’s counselling services still lack the infrastructure they need.Continue...

Peer Support Centre launches remote mental health support during pandemic

The AMS Peer Support Centre (PSC) relaunched full-time drop-in mental health services on Sept. 8—but this term, they’re online.Continue...

Graduate Peer Support Centre fee up for mandatory status

Following the opening of the Graduate Peer Support Centre last September, the SGPS is hoping to establish a new mandatory student fee for the Centre.

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Peer Support Centre launches partnership with CARED

The Peer Support Centre (PSC) has partnered with the Committee Against Racial and Ethnic Discrimination (CARED) to provide support for Black and Indigenous and/or Persons of Colour (BIPOC).Continue...

Graduate peer support centre to open this month

The SGPS will open a new peer support centre for graduate students, according to the Society’s vice-president (Graduate), Leo Erlikhman.Continue...

Meet the students behind mental health conversations on campus

As mental health struggles abound, some students have taken peer support upon themselves.Continue...

Peer Support Centre reaches new heights with recent expansion

To address a spike in visits from students over the past year, the Peer Support Centre has expanded significantly to include additional physical space and increased staff and volunteers.Continue...

PSC re-opens after three-day closure

After a three-day hiatus, the AMS Peer Support Centre (PSC) re-opened its doors on Monday at a reasonable temperature for operations.Continue...

AMS services located along east wall of JDUC to close due to cold

On Thursday, March 16 the AMS executive released a statement regarding the temporary closure of certain AMS services including the Peer Support Centre, Academic Grievance Centre and Housing Resource Centre.Continue...

Bell renews mental health research funding

On Jan. 24, the atrium of the BioSciences Complex was abuzz. A live band played for numerous attendees dressed in white t-shirts and bright blue toques, there to witness a joint announcement between Queen’s University and Bell Let’s Talk.Continue...

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