Time to Talk about Mental Health

Posted on Sunday, October 1st, 2017


Research via an individual interview on well-being and the factors that promote well-being for students who have experience with mental illness while attending University. We want to learn more about what helps these students thrive despite the complexities of their experience.


Undergraduate students up to age 25 enrolled with SAS for their mental health challenge.

What's Involved?

The interview will be completed in a private room on campus and will take approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. The interview may cover topics that are sensitive in nature. As a result, participants who feel comfortable discussing their mental illness and wellbeing are encouraged to participate. Compensation and refreshments will be provided (i.e., $10 compensation).

For more information

Please contact Hayley Bowers (PhD student, University of Guelph) at hbowers@uoguelph.ca.

This is a PhD study, supervised by Dr. Margaret Lumley (Department of Psychology, University of Guelph). All data collected in this study will be used to guide a second phase of Hayley Bowers’ PhD proposal.

This study has been approved by the University of Guelph Research Ethics Board (REB# 16NV038).

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