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Counselling Services

Counselling Services

Helping You Shine Your Brightest

Services Available to Students

Connection with Self & Others Zoom Support Group

Connection with Self & Others Zoom Support Group


More information TBA

Book Club

Who? Carly Sharpe (R.Psych.) and Brianne Erichson (RCSW) are the group facilitators.

What?  We will be reading “Braving the Wilderness” by Brene Brown. It is up to you to purchase the book. We suggest an electronic book from Chapters or Amazon.

When? Every Friday from 10:30am-12pm for 8 weeks. The first session starts June 5th

Where? Zoom! You will be sent a link upon registration.

How? Every week we will discuss a chapter, with the last week being a wrap up. Every session may look a bit different—we will have general discussion and some guided discussions. Some sessions we may email you some questions to ponder.

Why? We thought I it would be fun to try a group in a book club format. It is up to you how personal you want to get in discussions, we will discuss confidentiality and group guidelines during the first session. 

DBT - Dialectical Behaviour Therapy

Need Help?

During Office Hours

If you are experiencing a personal emergency a counsellor may be available as soon as possible. Please note these spaces are reserved for emergencies such as in the case of recent assault, suicide risk or crisis situations.

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General Emergencies

  • For campus emergencies contact Security at 403-329-2345 or dial 911


Sexual Violence Awareness & Support


After Hours


Worrisome Behaviour

Faculty & Staff


Faculty and Staff play an integral role in students' well-being. Due to our small campus size and our close interactions with students, you may easily come across a student who is clearly in distress. The following resources are provided to help you manage this type of situation.

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Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP)

The UofL EFAP is a confidential resource provided to help faculty, staff and family members (who are under the benefit program) enhance their personal and workplace function.

The EFAP offers:

  • Identification and assessment of personal, family and work-related problems;
  • Short-term counselling and consultation
  • Referral to appropriate services and resources