Graduate Wellness Services at SGS
Did you know? The School of Graduate Studies and the Division of Student Life have partnered to provide embedded wellness counselling and wellness workshops specifically for graduate students.
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Graduate Wellness Counselling
Graduate students can access counselling services at the School of Graduate Studies, 63 St. George Street. Two full-time Wellness Counsellors from the Health and Wellness Centre on St. George Campus offer brief counselling services tailored to the challenges presented by graduate-level university life. The focus of counselling is on identifying strengths, acquiring resiliency, and building coping skills.
Book an Appointment
If you’re a registered full- or part-time graduate student, call 416-978-8030 (and select option 5) to schedule a Monday to Friday appointment. Beginning August 20, later appointments will be available on Tuesday evenings.
Appointments with Graduate Wellness Counsellors will be held in Room 207 a/b at SGS Student Academic Services, 63 St. George Street.
Graduate Wellness Workshops
Better Coping Workshops for Graduate Students: Series 2019-20
Do you have trouble coping with everyday situations? Do you…
- worry constantly about worst-case scenarios?
- blame or criticize yourself, even when things are going well?
- feel like your emotions are overwhelming and difficult to tolerate?
- avoid situations or activities because they make you nervous or because you think you’ll fail?
- push yourself to do things perfectly, but still feel like a failure?
If any of these apply to you, we can help. We’re offering a series of free workshops, to help you develop coping skills to meet the demands of university, work, and personal life.
Where: The School of Graduate Studies, 65 St. George Street, Room 201
When: Wednesdays, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
October 2 – Balanced Thinking
October 16 – Behavioural Change
October 30 – Emotion Regulation
November 13 – Balanced Living
To register, call the Health & Wellness Centre at 416-978-8030 (and select option 5) or contact your intake counsellor/clinician.
Registration is limited to 15 participants; register early. If you have accessibility accommodation needs, please advise during your registration.