Counselling & Clinical Services

Counselling & Clinical Services aims to provide accessible and compassionate psychological and psychiatric services to U of A students. Using a short-term therapy model, we help students improve their personal, social, and academic well-being. We offer consultative services to the University of Alberta community, like opportunities for faculty and staff to consult with us regarding students of concern, as well as provide supervision and training to graduate students in psychology. 

Why seek help

There are many reasons why you might want to visit us. Some common issues that students come to us with are depression, social anxiety, self-harm, grief, disordered eating, relationship problems, perfectionism, and adapting to life in Canada. Our goal is to help you overcome the challenges currently impacting your mental health so you're able to have the best possible experience at the U of A.
 

Initial Consultations

Initial consultations (ICs) are the first appointment that students have prior to accesssing individual counselling, psychiatric, or group therapy services (drop-in workshops don't require an individual consultation). 

Whether you are a student or faculty/staff member, we may be able to help with the various services we offer.

Upcoming Drop-In Workshops

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