Our dedicated student counselors address a wide range of issues commonly faced by individuals in the Calgary community. They provide a non-judgmental and confidential space for reflection and support as you navigate life's challenges.
Your wellbeing is our utmost concern. Every case is thoughtfully screened for suicide risk, severity, and suitability. We want to ensure that you receive the assistance that best meets your needs.
We value social justice and its integral role in fostering a harmonious community. We are committed to promoting inclusivity, equality, and understanding in all aspects of our work, ensuring that our services are accessible and beneficial to the diverse populace.
Our commitment is to stand by you throughout your journey, offering understanding and encouragement at every step.
All services are provided with consideration of the practice standards set by the College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP).
- Please note that in the case of young adults, we require consent from parents or guardians with legal custody.
- In-person only (Education Tower, Centre for Wellbeing in Education)
- Winter term (January – April)
- Up to 10 sessions
The sessions are facilitated by master’s students in Counselling Psychology, under the supervision of a Supervising Psychologist, who is an experienced Registered Psychologist. The students will share information about client participation, use of strategies, and progress with the Supervising Psychologist, as needed. This program provides an opportunity for the next generation of counsellors to hone their skills and support the community in a mutually beneficial way.