Welcome to the new Queen's Alumni Review Online
Meet some of the people transforming the way we think about mental health.
Athletes are supposed to be tough. They are often held – and hold themselves – to very high standards. Some Queen’s students are taking action to encourage their fellow student-athletes to be cognizant of their mental health.
A new peer mentoring program connects students to tackle the challenges of university.
Queen’s researchers look at new ways to treat individuals, not just illnesses.
Awareness, anti-stigma, response, accommodation, games, strategies, critters and coffee.
Doug Rigsby, Arts’69, Law’73, speaks out against the stigma of mental illness by telling his story.