The Inquiring Mind was created with the input of students as well as faculty and staff with mental health-related expertise. It is geared towards undergraduate students and is peer-facilitated. The program is delivered in a four-hour workshop format and covers three main components: stigma reduction, resiliency skills, and the Mental Health Continuum Model. Beyond these main components, the program also teaches about creating a supportive campus and how to support others who may be experiencing poor mental health. The Inquiring Mind is designed to be interactive with activities and group discussions, as well as a set of scenarios for participants to work through. The Inquiring Mind takes these very good basic skills and packages them in a way that is relevant to students. The curriculum includes custom videos featuring students, providing examples to which they can relate (e.g. mid-term stress, relationship challenges, being away from home/family supports).
.More information on the program is available on the Student Success Centre website<http://www.uleth.ca/student-success-centre/inquiring-mind