This intervention service is provided by students in the Bachelor of Psychology program, supervised by Bishop’s University faculty.
Your psychological health is important to us
Bishop’s University psychology students and faculty work in close collaboration with community organizations to offer workshops and activities aimed at addressing the mental health or well-being needs of the English and French-speaking population of Lennoxville and surrounding areas.
All requests for intervention or support begin with an evaluation of the needs of the citizen or organization and the capacity of the student-professor team to meet those needs.
Examples of services
- Workshops in daycare centres, primary and secondary schools related to psychological health
- Facilitation of discussion or support groups on various themes (bereavement, accompanying a sick relative, etc.)
- Movement, yoga and meditation therapy workshops
- Musical activities for various clienteles (seniors’ residences, Scouts, etc.)
- Gardening workshops
The community component of the Centre communautaire et clinique universitaire en santé mentale et mieux-être (CCCUSMM) welcomes new applications between September and May. To request a service, contact Claude Charpentier, teacher at the département de psychologie, at (819) 822-9600, ext. 2653, or by writing at [email protected].
The university clinic is located on the 3rd floor of the McGreer building on the Bishop’s University campus. Activities offered to the public are generally held at the premises of partner organizations.
Services provides by the CCCUSMM (community section) are not clinical in nature, in the sense that they have a preventive purpose. They are not a substitute for professional psychological services.