Trigger boothing: Trigger boothing is our version of the “Peer Support Centre to-go”. In trigger boothing, we offer confidential sessions to event attendees that may need support. Please note, to book a trigger booth you must book a second room for our volunteers to work from. Additionally, we are only able to confidentially support Queen’s undergrad students.
Information boothing: Information boothing is meant to promote the Peer Support Centre and other resources on campus. At your request, we can bring pamphlets and business cards for the Peer Support Centre, other resources on campus and the Kingston community. If you have specific expectations from an information booth request, please describe them in the additional comments section. Please keep in mind, when information boothing we cannot offer sessions to students seeking support.