These slides are available for use with this section of the presentation. For information about downloading the slide deck, see the Introduction.
To close the session, review the Mental Health Continuum, the Wellness Wheel, and the Stress Curve.
If you haven’t already, you may want to share Handout 5: Videos and Other Resources on Mental Health and hand out or share the links to any other handouts you haven’t yet shared.
Review everything you’ve talked about: how to respond to stress, how to respond empathetically to another student experiencing stress (while considering your own limits and a balance of care and respect), and the various services and resources available on your campus to support students.
Invite questions and comments and offer to stay after the session for anyone who has questions.
- Wellness Wheel © Jewell Gillies and Amy Haagsma (designer) is licensed under a CC BY 4.0 license. All icons licensed as CC BY 4.0 » yoga by zidney from the Noun Project | heart rate by Naufal Hudallah from the Noun Project | Book by Studio TROISQUATR~E from the Noun Project | Gears by Gregor Cresnar from the Noun Project | Lotus by Brad Avison from the Noun Project | landscape by Creative Stall from the Noun Project | forest by Creative Stall from the Noun Project | Sea Sunset by Creative Stall from the Noun Project | Park by Creative Stall from the Noun Project | gaining by Alice Design from the Noun Project | Tree by Brian Hurshman from the Noun Project.
- Mental Health Continuum © BCcampus based on the University of Victoria continuum of mental health, which is adapted from on Queen’s University continuum of mental health and the Canada Department of National Defence continuum of mental health.
- Stress Curve © BCcampus is used under a CC BY 4.0 License. Adapted from Yerkes-Dodson Law (1908).
- Diversity speech bubble icons by Louise Wigö is licensed under a CC0 license.