Free remote 24/7 counselling
MySSP is a free and confidential counselling service available to students. Immediate support is available over the phone in 35 languages and over chat in simplified Chinese, Korean, Arabic, Spanish, English and French. Ongoing support available in 146 languages.
For more information: https://www.studentlife.utoronto.ca/hwc/myssp
To use the service:
Good2Talk provides free, confidential support services for post-secondary students in Ontario.
For more information: https://good2talk.ca/
To use the service:
iSchool Embedded Counsellor: Tracey Doyle
Tracey Doyle will be providing counselling for students registered with the iSchool on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Her office is located at the Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, 140 St. George Street – Bissell 607. During the coronavirus crisis, Ms. Doyle will conduct remote appointments. The booking process remains the same:
Call Health and Wellness at (416) 978-8030 and press #5 to schedule first appointment, then ask for the “iSchool Embedded Counsellor”. Follow-up appointments are scheduled directly with Ms. Doyle.
Tracey’s work experiences include working with post-secondary students at a Toronto College and an adult population at a community hospital. Her psychotherapeutic approaches include cognitive behavioural therapy, solution focussed therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy.
Health and Wellness Centre
Mental Health Services Description
(Psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy, group therapy, assault counselling and other services)
(Health check-ups, prescriptions, allergy shots, birth control, specialist referrals etc)
Workshops and Peer Support
Student Life UofT
Distress Resources: academic, financial, housing, health
“Student Life brings coherence to complexity and creates opportunities to build skills, foster community and integrate learning. We connect life to learning”
Workshops and outreach events on mental health and resilience to break stigmas related to mental health, and provide resources for students to recognize and respond to mental health issues while navigating campus and community wellness resources.
Conflict Resolution Centre for Graduate Students
A new resource to help graduate students, staff, and faculty navigate conflict early and effectively, and support best practices in dispute prevention within the graduate community. Grad-to-grad (G2G) peer advisers are available to talk confidentially about any conflict or concern. They are graduate students who have completed extensive conflict resolution training.