Queen’s University and St. Lawrence College present: Movies for Mental Health Online (Sexual Violence focus)

Free workshop featuring winning short films and a panel discussion with students and local mental health resources that focuses on exploring the mental health impacts that sexual violence can have on individuals and communities.  All are welcome!

Featured Campus and Community Resources:

Human Rights and Equity Office @ Queen’s University

Student Rights & Responsibilities Office @ St. Lawrence College

Sexual Assault Centre Kingston

Starts With Youth

Featured National/Provincial Resources:

Crisis Services Canada

Kids Help Phone (all ages)

Wellness Together Canada

Black Youth Helpline

Trans Lifeline

Resource Locator

Details

Day:Wednesday
Date:November 10, 2021
Time:7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Venue

Online
Canada
Online

Workshop Evaluation

Click here to download a summary of the post-workshop evaluations.
100% felt the event raised awareness of the mental health impacts of sexual violence
93% said the workshop helped them confront and address stigma related to sexual violence & MH impacts
79% reported an increased likelihood to support themselves or others to heal from sexual violence
Talking about sexual violence and sexual assault is hard, whether you are the victim or the friend offering support. All you can do is recognize what boundaries are present and go from there. "
-- Workshop Attendee

Interactive Presentation

Films Screened

Films screened and discussed at this workshop

Aug
2019
If I Told You
Oct
2018
Mar
2018
Sal Tran
View Film Library

Partners

Zelda Hippolyte, MSW of Optimal Life Mental Health Strategies I am a bilingual clinical social worker trained in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT). I incorporate mindfulness techniques in my practice in order to provide a holistic approach to my clients. This means that we will also discuss (if you agree) your exercise, dietary and other habits that impact your general well-being. As a professional social worker, I am trained to treat the individual taking into account his or her psychosocial context along with the presenting issue.
Roberta Abbott, Registered Psychotherapist I specialize in counseling for abuse and/or trauma (childhood abuse, intimate partner abuse, single incident or long term trauma). I also provide couples therapy. I have personal and professional experience of the concerns and lifestyles of military members and their families.