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Mental Health and Counselling

Mental health services at the Student Wellness Centre include assessment, diagnosis, and treatment, using short-term, goal-directed counselling, crisis intervention, and crisis management.

Common concerns addressed in short-term therapy include anxiety and depression; homesickness; stress management; roommate tensions; parental and family conflict; surviving a break-up; grief; and confidence and self-esteem.

At this time, most students chose in-person counselling appointments, but video and telephone appointments are also available.

Steps to Well-Being

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The Student Wellness Centre uses the Stepped Care Model to help you monitor your mental health and well-being. Consult our steps to well-being resource to learn about how you can take care of you.