Counselling Services provides confidential, free support to all students registered at Trent University. Our services are by appointments and are provided by qualified clinical counsellors.
Stepped Care Model - Under Construction
Trent Counselling Services is adopting a new model of service to provide better access to care and more options for treatment. Stepped Care is a system where the most effective and least intensive treatment is delivered to match the needs of the student, only 'stepping up' to intensive, specialist services when needed. In collaboration with students, a treatment plan is developed and monitored together to assess progress along the way. This new service model includes online and therapist assisted tools, as well as workshop and group formats. More resources will be added as the service evolves! This model allows for a personalized, flexible model of service for students.
We Heard Your Feedback!
Counselling Services is moving to a 30-minute walk-in consultation for the first appointment. This means quicker access to help, resources, and support!
How can counselling help?
- Increase self-understanding
- Reduce isolation
- Provide support during difficult times
- Work through issues
- Develop strategies for feeling better
- Alleviate uncomfortable feelings
- Find options for managing symptoms
During office hours (Monday to Friday, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm & 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm):
- Contact Counselling Services at 705-748-1386 and advise of the urgency
- Trent Campus Security: 705-748-1333
- Good2Talk helpline: 1-866-925-5454
- 4County Crisis: 1-866-995-9933
In the case of emergencies, visit your nearest emergency department or phone 911.
Counselling services, Student Health Services and Student Accessibility Services have appointments available from 5:00-8:00 pm every Tuesday evening from September-April, with the exceptions of reading week and exam periods.
Services during the evening hours are by appointment.
Visit the Student Wellness Centre workshops, groups and events page for happenings during the academic year.
WellTrack is an online cognitive behavioural therapy tool. It features a self-assessment, psycho-educational videos, a moodtracker, and relaxation exercises. Visit the Student Wellness Centre resources page for more information.