At the Wellness Centre, Wellness Peer Educators are trained student volunteers who can answer your questions, talk with you, and recommend resources for everyday concerns related to health, relationships, and workload.
If you’re a student leader interested in partnering on wellness workshops, events, and more, email the Wellness Centre. Ask to speak with a Health Promotion Specialist, a staff member who oversees the Wellness Centre.
Things to do at the Wellness Centre:
- Talk to trained students about your health questions
- Talk to a nurse about any health concern during Nurse on Campus hours
- Find out about health-related resources on and off campus
- Buy safer sex products, including condoms and lubricants, at cost (cash only)
- Join workshops, events, and other activities to develop skills and strategies for wellness
For information on counselling services, urgent crisis and mental health support, sexual violence support, safety, online tools, and more visit www.grad.ubc.ca/current-students/health-wellbeing-safety
Wellness-themed graduate workshops are available by request through the UBC Wellness Centre.
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|Graduate Wellness Peers Drop-In||
Visit the Wellness Centre online for access up-to-date health education and information, learn more about health-related resources on and off campus, access tips and strategies for your wellbeing as a student, and hear from the experiences of your graduate peers. Enrol online using this link: https://canvas.ubc.ca/enroll/PCNEN4.
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|Getting Through Grad School with Grace & Grit: The Online Support Group||
We recognize that graduate students face ongoing challenges, due to both the grad school experience itself and the impact of the pandemic on one’s life and studies. The stress and uncertainty at this time can feel isolating and overwhelming, and maintaining a sense of community is more important than ever. This support group is a nonjudgmental online community where graduate students come together in solidarity to discuss what matters most to them, support each other, and apply grace and grit to succeed in their current challenges.
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