Head to the CIF Arena to cheer on your Warriors Women’s Hockey team in action against Toronto in their THRIVE game. Free tickets for UWaterloo Students. Reserve or purchase your tickets in advance at www.gowarriorsgo.ca/tickets to save time upon arrival to the game.
This training teaches participants how to recognize and support someone who may be having thoughts of suicide. It is an education and awareness program that provides direction as to how to Question a person with thoughts of suicide, how to Persuade them to get help, and how to Refer the person to appropriate professional resources.
Mental health impacts us all. Each of us has a role in supporting the mental health of those within our communities. In this workshop, Recognizing and Responding to a Person in Distress, we aim to give the University of Waterloo students the skills and confidence to support others (peers and colleagues) who may be in distress. We will focus on recognizing the signals of a person in distress, effectively responding with care and empathy and understand how to refer to resources within the community.
The University of Waterloo Student Mental Health Research Conference took place on Wednesday, October 19th, during Thrive 2022. If you were unable to join live, please take some time to check out the recording of the event here!
Please join the School of Architecture as we Stride to Thrive along the Grand River. Please meet at the back terrace at 12:30PM to begin the Thrive Walk. A healthy snack will be provided by Martin's Family Fruit Farm! We look forward to a fall walk with students, staff, and faculty!
The Stratford School will be facilitating a Thrive Walk for students, faculty and staff at 12:00 pm on Monday October 17th. Please meet in classroom 1004 at 12:00 pm to join us on our walk!
No registration required.
UW United Way has once again paired up with Thrive to build a culture of wellbeing and normalizing mental health struggles for Waterloo students and employees. Stop by the STC Atrium on Monday, October 17 for a bowl of soup, courtesy of UW Catering and Event Services, and served by some familiar faces from the campus community.
Join us at the annual Thrive Walk on campus, in your neighborhood, or at home! If you're joining us on campus, we will be meeting at the B.C. Matthews Hall (BMH) Green at 11:30am and making our way along the event route together in support, promotion, and solidarity of mental health to foster an inclusive community of well-being.
Enhance your wellness through light yoga, breathing, and centering. This yoga practice will benefit your physical and mental well-being and invite calmness and reduce stress. All welcome; no experience required!
Don't miss the 6th annual Keeping Well at Work Day! Be inspired, refreshed and motivated through a fantastic line up of speakers and workshops about your health and well-being this October. This 1-day conference is designed for Waterloo employees by Waterloo employees.
Connect with our larger community through an act of service! The SJ Acts program offers opportunities for students to engage in meaningful community service volunteer positions.