University of Guelph, Counselling Services offers several resources, including both individual and group counselling to support students as they work through personal challenges that affect their ability to succeed at school and in other areas of their lives. We also support staff and faculty to respond to student concerns. Counselling Services has no fee required at time of service. Sessions are offered by phone, in-person or video (as guidelines allow).
- What to Expect
- Same Day Drop-In Counselling
- Drop-in Counselling for Black Students and Students of Colour
- Mental Health Resources
- Book an Appointment
- Peer-to-Peer Drop-in Support (Student Support Network)
Are you in crisis, feeling unsafe or worried you might hurt yourself or others?
Individual counselling offers you the opportunity to talk one-on-one with a counsellor to explore, understand, and work through personal issues. Free for UofG students.
Therapy groups offer professional support over a longer duration and peer support from others experiencing similar challenges.
Keep.meSAFE.org offers free and confidential counselling support by chat, phone and through ongoing virtual appointments.
Depending on your situation, there may be specific academic supports that can be considered.
Peer-to-peer drop-in counselling is provided by other University of Guelph student volunteers who receive extensive training in active listening and communication skills who are here to help those who are struggling.
Counselling & Mental Health Resources for Students, Staff & Faculty
Mental Health Resources
A variety of supportive resources are available through our borrowing library or 24/7 online.