COVID-19 Testing Assessment Centre (TAC) and Hotline

Complete the COVID-19 Assessment Registration Form to register for an appointment. For more info about COVID-19 testing,visit the COVID-19 TAC page. Call the University’s COVID-19 hotline, 1-833-UW-COV19 (1-833-892-6819), for support if you test positive for COVID-19, experience symptoms, or have questions about quarantine or getting tested.

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  1. Jan. 4, 2021Campus Wellness—Winter Service Update

    Campus Wellness (Counselling Services and Health Services) remains open with alternative processes in place in response to the COVID-19 situation. To book an appointment please call ahead, no appointments will be booked in-person.

    To book an appointment with:

  2. Jan. 13, 2021New Workshop Series: Managing Personal Wellness in a Global Pandemic
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    Campus Wellness is offering a new virtual workshop series for the Winter 2021 term called Managing Personal Wellness in a Global Pandemic. The series includes three 1-hour workshops that can be taken in any order and you can take one or all of them!

  3. Jan. 8, 2021Feedback requested for a new Counselling Services program
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    Counselling Services would like student feedback on a new program that is in development called the “Rewiring for Happiness Toolkit".

    We're for feedback with a specific focus on cultural sensitivity and an anti-oppressive lens/framework as well as feedback on:

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  1. Mar. 1, 2021Managing Your Personal Wellness in a Global Pandemic: Motivating Yourself Through Habit Change
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    Learn about the habit loop, stages of change cycle, how to re-shape or change habits, strategies to increase motivation, overcome obstacles and increase chances for success; and relax using progressive muscle relaxation

  2. Mar. 3, 2021Mastering Low Mood: Learning Skills from CBT
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    Depression is a whole-body illness: It involves the body, mood, and thoughts. In this group, you can learn how to recognize, understand, and better manage patterns of feeling, thinking and behaving to help you live a more satisfying life. You will also learn how to focus on pleasure, goal setting, and define your values, all of which can help improve your mood.

  3. Mar. 3, 2021Managing Personal Wellness in a Global Pandemic: Breaking Free From Low Mood
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    Learn about what Low Mood and Depression are; including skills to better manage your low mood and depression and how to:

    • alleviate low mood and depression in the moment 
    • challenge your depressive thoughts
    • change behaviours that maintain low mood and depression using mindfulness, cognitive behavioural therapy, and self-compassion

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