Counselling is provided on an individual basis to both full and part-time students enrolled at Trent University Durham with the aim to help students with personal concerns that interfere with academic performance and emotional wellbeing.
How can counselling be helpful?
- Increase self-understanding
- Decrease isolation, increase support
- Safe space to reflect, talk and learn
- Work through issues
- Develop strategies for feeling better
- Obtain referrals and resources
Book An Appointment:
Visit: HUB, room 101
Corinn Phillips, RP
Call: 905-435-5102 ext 5024
Drop In: Monday – Thursday 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Sheila Moeck, RP (Qual.)
Call: 905-435-5102 ext 5021
Drop In: Wednesday & Friday 1 p.m.- 2 p.m.
If you have questions about the counselling process or what to expect and having these answered would help you in moving forward, please contact the Counsellor/Accessibility Advisor at email@example.com or by calling 905-435-5102 ext 5024.
Crisis and After Hours Supports
- Good2Talk - Postsecondary Helpline 1-866-925-5454.
- Durham Mental Health Services 1-800-742-1890.
- Mindyourmind website lists steps to take to help you if you are considering suicide.
The following resources are available to you if you’ve been assaulted…
During office hours (Monday - Friday / 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.):
Counsellor, Corinn Phillips, MA, RP, at 905-435-5102 x 5024.
- Durham Region Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Care Centre (Lakeridge Health) 905-576-8711 or visit the Lakeridge Health emergency department
- Durham Rape Crisis Centre - 24/7 crisis line that provides support, information and referral to anyone who has experienced sexual violence or those who are supporting survivors of sexual violence - 905-668-9200
Check out the Health & Wellness Collection available in the library.