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
Booking an Appointment
- Call: 905-435-5100
- Visit: Main office, room 101
- Call: Candice Stoliker at 905-435-5102 ext 5024
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 at firstname.lastname@example.org 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 am – 4:00 pm):
Counsellor, Candice Stoliker at 905-435-5102 x5024.
- 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.
- Video: What is Mental Health
- Video: I had a black dog, his name was depression
- Video: I Am Me
- iCopeU: An online student mental health portal
- Student Health 101 @ Trent University
- Mental Health Services in Durham Region
- How to Access the Health and Wellness Collection at the Trent Durham Campus