Changing Minds Project

Stay Tuned for Project Launch!

October 10th

World Mental Health Day

Changing Minds Project

This pilot study will examine the role of academic resilience, as a model supporting student flourishing, that promotes post-secondary student engagement, persistence and success. The primary purpose of this research is to focus in greater depth on the non-academic aspects of student success, as it relates the development and implementation of a sustainable student psychological campus wellbeing model. This study will explore the non-academic capabilities of students that affect their “ability to engage” in the academic process such as: motivation, goal setting, problem solving, emotion regulation, adaptive help-seeking and implementation of positive mental health strategies.


Mind Points

You have an opportunity to participate in a positive mental health pilot study where you can earn points for participation.

Points = Money, Prizes or Swag

*and building your student savvy success skills!

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