Speakeasy support group is a student and DUSA staff volunteer-led initiative that provides community members (both students and staff) with a safe, confidential and informal space that encourages but does not pressure members to speak about their well-being.

Speakeasy is a peer support group that is not a therapy or counselling service. It is simply a space for you to share anything you would like to and to seek guidance for your well-being journey if desired. 

We meet every Monday from 4 pm to 6 pm in the Global Room.

Due to planned maintenance in the Global Room, the Speakeasy will not run in the month of April. We will update you when we expect it to return. 

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Reaching Out

The more we talk, the less stigma remains. By breaking the silence around mental health and well-being, we create an environment where seeking help is a sign of strength.

Overcoming barriers

Every conversation about wellbeing contributes to a more compassionate and connected world. How about we start with just one conversation?