I am having difficulty sleeping.

Resources for Sleeping

Do you have difficulty falling asleep after a long day of remote studying? Try putting the screen away at least one hour before sleep.

Student Wellness Services

Consider some of these helpful tips and information provided by the Student Wellness Services. You may also want to consider attending the 6-week ‘Sleep Better, Live Better’ workshop. See their website for workshop offerings.


If you have questions about mental health topics or need support of any kind, you’re not alone. Console is a platform that lets you choose the level of mental health care that is best for you at any time. For further information, please see the the Console website.

Wellness Navigator

Unsure of what type of support and resources you need? The Wellness Navigator can work with you to assess and determine your individual needs and connect you with the appropriate resources and supports. For further information or to make an appointment, please visit Personal Counselling & Wellness Services.


Queen’s Engineering have access to a free year long subscription to the most science-based meditation app available, Headspace, to work towards a better school-life balance.
Content specifically for student life/work life, anxiety, stress, motivation, low mood, relationships, etc.
Lots of other content such a sleep suite, a women’s collection, pride suite, cultivating black joy, and others. Also includes music designed to help you focus, movement and yoga for mindfulness, podcast and video lessons to help move through difficult situations.
Find out how to sign up here.

Faith and Spiritual Life

Faith and Spiritual Life offers multi-faith, non-judgmental support for religious, spiritual, personal, and financial problems, concerns or crises. Faith and Spiritual Life strives to facilitate a welcoming, peaceful, and safe space. Chaplains can also provide support, ceremonial services, interfaith community development and spiritual support to students, faculty, and staff.
They are faith-positive, spirituality-positive, and queer-positive. They respect and advocate for both freedom of, and freedom from, religion.
Student life at university is full of opportunities for personal growth both inside and outside the classroom. But there are times when students feel the need for support:

  • In times of loneliness or personal need, perhaps due to anxiety, depression or financial problems.
  • In times of change, as you prepare for marriage or decide a career.
  • In times of crisis, such as death, accident or serious illness.

Find more here.

Health Promotion

Health Promotion supports healthy sleep, eating and exercise. Students can book ‘Healthy Lifestyle’ appointments through the Student Wellness website.