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Welcome to the Counselling Research Guide! This guide groups together resources on different subjects within counselling.The resources listed here are only a sample of what the Library has available. Students are encouraged to search Catalyst, and to contact the Library with questions.
Not sure how to get started? Take some time to explore the guide, or contact the Library. We can be reached by email or by calling (613) 969-1913, Ext. 2249.
This guide is intended to support Loyalist College courses that discuss providing counselling services to others. If you are seeking counselling services, please consult the resources below.
Counselling, Mind and Wellness Services @ Loyalist
Loyalist offers a wide range of counselling services to students at no cost. You can explore any issues or concern you may have in complete confidence. There are many issues students bring to counselling, but the list can include matters such as anxiety, anger, depression, feeling out of control, eating disorders, homesickness, bullying and harassment, overwhelming stress, an inability to put limits on substance use or other addictions, sexual or other assault, abuse and mental illness. To learn more, click on the link above, or drop in to the Hub, located on the third flood above the Student Access Lab (SAL).
Open Line, Open Mind 1-613-310-6736 (310-OPEN)
Open Line, Open Mind offers information, support and referral to mental health and addiction services in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties. Services are free, private and confidential for adults aged 16+ and are available 24/7.
Good2Talk Line 1-866-925-5454
Good2Talk is a free, completely confidential and anonymous help line for colleges and universities in Ontario. It is available 24/7 in English and French. Students can talk to a professional counselor to receive immediate telephone counseling support and referral for face-to-face support in their school or local community.
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We can be reached by phone at 613-969-1913, Ext. 2249, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org