Mohawk College presents: Our Bodies, Our Minds

A free interactive workshop exploring the mental health impacts of sexual violence on individuals and communities. Open to all!

Featured Community Resources:

Student Rights and Responsibilities

SACHA Sexual Assault Services

Interval House Hamilton

See presentation below for more details!


Date:January 24, 2020
Time:1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Mohawk College
135 Fennell Ave W
Hamilton, Ontario L9C 0E5 Canada

McIntyre Theatre
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Workshop Evaluation

Click here to download a summary of the post-workshop evaluations.
99% of students said the event created awareness of the mental health impacts of sexual violence
95% said the workshop can help communities be safer and more supportive of survivors of sexual violence
93% reported an increased likelihood of seeking support for healing from sexual violence
I think I would be able to talk to others I know that are sexual violence survivors in a more patient and understanding manner "
-Student Attendee

Interactive Presentation


Acorn Counselling Acorn Counselling is a group of dedicated and passionate therapists that work on building resilient kids, teens, young adults, and families so that they can handle difficult feelings and mental health struggles with resilience and confidence. Whether through traditional treatments like CBT or DBT, or more creative interventions like play therapy, sand tray therapy, or music and art, our therapists will create a safe space to explore, process, and overcome life’s challenges.
Jennifer Cremieux, M.Sc., RP Jennifer Cremieux is a registered psychotherapist and received her Master of Science in Mental Health Counselling at Niagara University in New York state.  Jennifer conducts assessments and treatment with youth and young adults focusing on the struggles of eating disorders, depression, anxiety, school-life balance, self-esteem, past sexual abuse/abusive relationships and family issues.  Jennifer offers a safe and non-judgmental space, conducive to deep inner work and exploration.
Hamilton Community Foundation The John & Esther Marshall Memorial Fund is a supporter of AWI Canada's workshops taking place at Mohawk College in Hamilton, ON. The Community Foundation's mission is t o drive positive change by connecting diverse people, ideas and resources.