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).  Our philosophy is that students receive the level of care they need when they need it.

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. 

Register for Groups, Events, and Trainings

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

Oct

27

Wednesday

Mindful Moments: Cognitive Defusion
2:30 pm - 3:15 pm
ONLINE via Zoom
Mindful Moments: Cognitive Defusion

Learn how to distance, disconnect, and see unhelpful thoughts and feelings as words and passing sensations

Oct

27

Wednesday

Understanding Substance Use: Goal Setting
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Online or In-person at St. Lawrence College
Understanding Substance Use: Goal Setting

During this 8-week wellness group, students from Queen’s and St. Lawrence College, will have the opportunity to receive support for issues they or someone they care about is experiencing related to substance use, misuse or abuse

Oct

29

Friday

COVID Vaccine Clinic
10:00 am - 3:45 pm
Mitchell Hall Rose Commons
COVID Vaccine Clinic

COVID-19 vaccine clinic for students who needs a 1st, 2nd or 3rd dose to meet Ontario’s new requirements