Formed through a student initiative at the University of Toronto in September 2013, Grad Minds is now officially recognized as the Mental Health Advisory Committee of the University of Toronto Graduate Students' Union (UTGSU).
What we do
We promote well-being and provide mental health education through programs, initiatives, and events, with a focus on developing psychological resilience, personal skill development, self-care practices, and de-stigmatizing mental health problems.
Why we do what we do
Graduate students face unique challenges that are not often addressed. At this time, there is a lack of peer support services and education programs aimed at graduate students' mental health on campus.
Gabrielle’s Zoom Power Yoga classes with Grad Minds are Power Yoga vinyasa classes, with a short meditation at the beginning or end. These 60-minute classes allow you to step out of your day and onto your mat for an hour of movement, mindfulness, and fun!All levels welcome! Registration is required.
Navigating one’s wellbeing and cultivating connections in these virtual spaces can be challenging. Join us and mental health leaders from across the country to explore resiliency and resolve during these uncertain times. All are welcome! More information coming soon!
We are offering Open Door Conflict Management Coaching each month for anyone who would like to take the first steps to learn how to resolve an ongoing conflict, prevent a conflict they see building, or just generally improve their competency in conflict management. Registration is required! Spots are Limited!
Next Session: Tuesday, October 26th, 2021 @ 1:00-4:00 PM, EDT