Health and Wellness Resources
Welcome to the GLSE page.
Below is a list of all the health and wellness resources available to you as a [registered] graduate student at the Temerty Faculty of Medicine and off campus resources that are available (for a fee)
You will be able to search for services/resources using (a) key words, (b) session type [workshop, one-on-one, or group session], and/or (c) location of service [on or off campus].
All on-campus resources are available to registered graduate students in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine. If you are not a registered graduate student or on an approved leave of absence (LOA), please contact the service/organization directly for your eligibility.
On-campus refers to services/resources primarily available on the St. George Campus. Off-campus refers to services/resources that are not on the UofT campus; please contact the service/organization directly.
If you know of a on-campus service/resource that is not listed here, we would love to hear from you by email at email@example.com. Please include the name of the resource and link. Questions about services/resources listed below should be directly sent to the corresponding organization.
5 Ways to Wellbeing
5 Ways to Wellbeing (5W2W) is a tri-campus program that teaches participants how to apply five simple, evidence-based actions in a variety of ways to promote positive mental health and wellbeing while practicing physical distancing and managing new stressors related to COVID-19. This interactive session introduces a cluster of activities that promote resilience and reduce stress.
Accessibility Dialogues are discussions in an informal but private virtual setting, focusing on topics relevant to students registered with Accessibility Services. Share your experiences and hear from peers in this lively discussion group.
Assaulted Women's Helpline
Helpline designed for women who are experiencing abuse
Better Coping Skills
How would your student experience change if the demands of university life were more manageable? Instead of struggling with overwhelming thoughts or emotions, attend Better Coping Skills sessions to recognize thoughts that are getting in the way of your success and create a toolkit to improve self-management.
Black Youth Helpline
BounceBack® is a free skill-building program managed by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA). It is designed to help adults and youth 15+ manage low mood, mild to moderate depression and anxiety, stress or worry. Delivered over the phone with a coach and through online videos, you will get access to tools that will support you on your path to mental wellness.
1-866-345-0224 | firstname.lastname@example.org