What is counselling?
Bilingual and confidential short-term counselling services by skilled and qualified counsellors are available on campus. Counsellors discuss personal issues and mental health concerns that may be interfering with your success as a student. We offer a range of services to promote effective learning, growth and personal development.
What to expect during your first visit:
Students coming for their first visit will be seen for a brief 30-to-45 minute intake-appointment with a counsellor who will:
- Provide information about what to expect from the counselling process
- Discuss the student’s issues and concerns
- Develop a plan for treatment. This may include referral to services either on-or-off campus that best meets the student’s needs.
Contact Counselling Services:
2nd Floor of the R.D. Parker Building, room P-230.
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Walk-in Individual Counselling
If you are experiencing a crisis or are new to counselling, there is a counsellor available for walk-in visits from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Appointments generally occur on a first-come, first-served basis with the last appointment at 2:15 p.m.
All meetings with counsellors are confidential. Your record is not part of University records and will not be released without your consent, except in extenuating circumstances. Only team members involved in supporting you will access your information.
Eligibility and cost
Confidential, time-limited counselling services are offered free of charge to all currently enrolled students.
When available, students may access group counselling to share experiences, learn new perspectives, and experiment with new behaviours and wellness skills.
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