Forget the Kardashians. Between November 21 and 25, we want #GotYourBack and #SupportAFriend to break the internet.

Social support is your perception of whether you're cared for and can receive help from people around you - your family, friends, roommates, and classmates. Research shows that individuals high in social support experience lower stress, better health, and improved well-being.

In plain English? Strong, supportive relationships are in important part of physical and mental health.

Learn. Share. Spread the Word.

Between November 21 and 25, come chat with fellow students about how to support a friend, learn about campus/community resources, and participate in our whiteboard campaign. Tables will be located at:

Monday, November 21

Macintosh-Corry Hall, by the Cafeteria

Tuesday, November 22

Queen's Centre (ARC)

Wednesday, November 23

Macintosh-Corry Hall, by the Cafeteria

9:00 AM to 4:30 PM


Thursday, November 24

Macintosh-Corry Hall, by the Cafeteria

Friday, November 25

Queen's Centre (ARC)

When you get home, put your new skills to use by checking-in with a friend and starting the conversation on social media.



© 2019 Clinical Psychology Outreach Program 

A partner of the Psychology Clinic at Queen's University

Kingston, ON, Canada


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