The below resources are intended to inform and assist Faculty and Staff at New College in supporting students and their mental health and well-being.
New College is committed to providing training opportunities for faculty, instructors and staff which will help them to:
- look for early warning signs for students experiencing mental health difficulties;
- recognize when a student may be in distress;
- refer students in distress to either on-campus or off-campus resources.
Training For Faculty/Instructors/Staff:
New College is also hosting the LivingWorks ASIST on Wednesday, February 19th and Thursday, February 20th at the reduced rate of $100 per student, and $120 per staff member or alumni. Outside community members are welcome at $160 per person.
If you are interested in attending the February training opportunity, please sign up here:
For more information about this training from LivingWorks, please visit here: https://www.livingworks.net/asist
Training For Students:
New College is also offering a selection of SafeTALK (Suicide Alertness for Everyone) training sessions open to students at U of T.
The session is free for students as long as they attend, or cancel before the training. There is a $25 cost if they register and do not attend, charged to their ACORN account. These sessions include a meal as part of the training.
For more information about this training from LivingWorks, please visit here: https://www.livingworks.net/safetalk
The dates of the trainings are:
Wednesday, January 15 – 4-7:30PM
Wednesday, February 12 – 4-7:30PM
Tuesday, February 18 – 1-4:30PM
Wednesday, March 18 – 4-7:30PM
Students interested in registering for these sessions can sign up here:
Other Resources for Students: