- discrimination and harassment concerns
- eating disorders
- feelings of loneliness, shyness, self-doubt, anger or depression
- issues with gender or sexual identity
- mental health or emotional conditions or disorders
- lack of motivation and fear of failure
- relationship issues
- sexual orientation issues
- stress associated with school-life balance
- substance abuse concerns
- support for mature students returning to College
- traumatic stress and grief issues
- victims of assault and abuse
Our counsellors provide short-term supportive counselling for a range of issues.
For some students, there are disability issues that impact the ability to engage within an academic setting. Identifying the appropriate academic accommodations for a student with a disability in the postsecondary environment is an important part of the service we provide.
Requirements for long-term support is often referred to appropriate specialized resources in the community. We do not provide counselling for those who seek services for court-ordered or forensically-oriented treatment.