Mar 8, 2024  |  12:00pm - 3:00pm

Mindfest 2024

Free presentations on mental health. All are welcome and lunch is provided!

Join us at U of T's Hart House and explore mental health and advocacy in the context of climate change and global crisis.

Mindfest is a community-building mental health and wellness fair that welcomes the public and members of a variety of mental health groups. Come together with mental health organizations from across the GTA to discuss the mental health implications of climate changes and global crisis and how we can care for the wellbeing of ourselves and those around us.

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In person at Hart House on the U of T St. George Campus (7 Hart House Circle Toronto, ON, M5S 3H3).

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This year's event features:

  • An exhibitor fair with mental health organizations from across Toronto and beyond
  • Britt Wray, PhD on How climate change affects your mental health
  • A panel discussion on climate change and mental health featuring representatives from Hong Fook,, and Grad Minds.
  • Dr. Sean Kidd on Climate Justice and Health in the Canadian Context: From General Awareness to Specific Action

View the full agenda

Mindfest is free and all are welcome!

If you are a teacher, educator, or community leader bringing a group, please add the size of your group in the appropriate field when you register. We will reach out to you to assist with further planning.

Mindfest is made possible by the generous support of the Dr. Zofia Pakula Social Justice Fund.

Hosted by University of Toronto's Department of Psychiatry.

The Mindfest logo, a colorful collection of gears in the shape of a brain, alongside a photo of Hart House on the U of T campus.