This Thursday, October 28th, Skyler Li, a student at McGill University will give a speech entitled “Is mental health overly brought to the table?” There has been massive information in the media talking about mental health and mental disorders such as depression and anxiety. However, it is not merely the symptoms that give rise to a diagnosis. Skyler would like to welcome everyone to recall if there has ever been a moment in life where you suspected that you were suffering from a mental disorder, and if you still find it valid. She would like to have an open discussion on mental health with her perspectives regarding emotional resilience.
HIGI: Icebreakers and games night for our H2O student volunteers
Join us on Wednesday afternoon for a few hours of fun! There will be opportunities to get to know your fellow volunteers better through some fun icebreaker questions, followed by a series of classic games (e.g Trivia, Charades, Let’s Draw) that are guaranteed to bring out your competitive side and make you laugh. We hope to see you there!
HIGI: The Rat and the Cat Experiment
This Thursday April 22nd, Fraser Rose will give a speech entitled “The Rat and the Cat Experiment”.
Fraser Rose is career educator and counselling specialist who has served many years as a principal in Ontario schools, both public and private, both elementary and secondary. During the time he was supervising principal of schools on the Canadian Forces Base in Trenton, he was elected to four terms of office as a trustee on The Hastings County Board of Education, and served as Chairman of that Board for two terms. For the past 20 years, he has been a high school principal in Toronto.