Counselling and mental health

The University Counselling Service is now offering a mix of both in-person and on-line counselling.

When requesting an appointment, you will be asked if you have a strong preference to be seen in-person or online and we will do our best to accommodate this.  For those students who can be flexible and will accept either option, we will allocate the earliest appointment to you that matches your availability.

Supportive resources related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic are available here.

At the University Counselling Service, we strive to be anti-racist. This means that, in addition to having cultural competence, our counsellors acknowledge the reality of racism and racist oppression in our society, and recognise the impact of racism on mental health. We are working to ensure that every student, including students of colour, feels welcome in our service. We will do our best to listen openly and non-defensively, and to provide effective emotional and psychological support.

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