Mental Health Services

While life at university is exciting and filled with new experiences, it can also be overwhelming. It is common for students to experience feelings of stress, anxiety, low mood and depression; all of which may have an impact on day-to-day activities and basic decision making.

We offer one-on-one appointments with our mental health professionals, groups, events and trainings, plus an online self-directed tool called Therapy Assistance Online (TAO).

Learn more about our services.

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Urgent, emergency, and 24/7 resources.

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Mental Health Appointment

Book or cancel an appointment. 

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Groups, Events, and Trainings

Learn skills to improve your health and well-being and to support others. 

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Self-Directed Workbooks & Other Resources

Build knowledge and practice skills to manage your mental health.

Free Online Self-Help

Empower Me

Free 24/7 mental health & wellness support.

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TAO

Free self-directed wellness tool.

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Upcoming Events

Jan

25

Monday

Online Community-Based Mental Health Resources
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Online via Zoom
Online Community-Based Mental Health Resources

We invite you to a presentation about BounceBack, a free skill-building program grounded in cognitive behavioral therapy designed to help manage low mood, mild to moderate depression and anxiety, stress or worry.

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Jan

26

Tuesday

Identifying and Responding to Someone in Distress during Physical Distancing
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Online via Zoom
Identifying and Responding to Someone in Distress during Physical Distancing

Learn how to recognize when someone is struggling with physical distancing and how to respond with particular emphasis on someone in immediate distress and/or in crisis.

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Jan

26

Tuesday

PEGaSUS Support Group for Sexual Violence
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Online via Zoom
PEGaSUS Support Group for Sexual Violence

This 9-week professionally facilitated group is a safe space for students who have experienced sexual violence.

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