Click on the blue service options for further information:
Drop In: Same day appointment, if available to meet with a Counsellor to address what is important today. These appointments can be single session or an initial appointment to assess the best pathway to care for the student.
Brief Individual Counselling: Short term, change-oriented individual therapy appointments, provide intervention for a variety of mental and emotional concerns.
Group Therapy: Students engage in evidence-based therapy techniques to address their concerns and learn new skills, while feeling connected and supported.
Peer Support: A counsellor initiates these virtual sessions to help support the development of positive, supportive, and encouraging conversations. Students can develop supportive relationships with other students to work through concerns. An intake appointment is required.
Dibaadan Supports: Specialized outreach, prevention and intervention from an Indigenous wellness perspective. Offering learning events, workshops, sharing circles and individual counselling.
Referrals: Student Counselling Services will work with students to navigate the service system and connect them with community services, if needed.
E-Support: Counsellor-assisted online therapy modules, students work independently on various modules, through a combination of education, and practice. Bi-weekly contact with a Counsellor to discuss their learning and address any challenges.
Self Help Resources: Self-help tools can be useful to students who have mild concerns and would like a high level of autonomy. Self-help tools may include mobile apps and can be recommended alone or in conjunction with therapy appointments.