TW has been hearing this line over and over for a large part of her life. For the most part, she didn't know how to manage her ADHD symptoms, mostly because she didn't know she had ADHD. Read on to learn more about TW's journey and why going to SFU Health & Counselling was life-changing.
Shina is the Engagement Programming Assistant for the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Shina is responsible for running the Peer Connections Mentorship Program along with a host of other events for FASS.
I can break down the role into 3 different parts, empowerment, transition and communication. Empowerment involves the Peer Connections Mentorship Program and the 56 mentors that are a part of the program. Transition is about their mentees better known as the incoming first year students at SFU. Communication encompasses everything else!