Our certified counsellors provide a safe and confidential environment to help our Indigenous learner’s transition into the student life. Whether it’s working through anxiety, depression, or grief, our counsellors can help. Students can either drop-in or make an appointment.
Our certified counsellors can provide support for various personal situations including:
Support for a Crisis Situation
For crisis situations, our certified counsellors can help you work through various areas including:
- Suicidal thoughts or feelings
- Threats of physical harm or assault
- Extreme anxiety or panic attacks
- Sudden death of a student, staff or faculty member
Workshop and group offerings vary throughout the year. If you are interested in a workshop or group that is not presently offered, please contact us with your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. If we have sufficient interest in a workshop or group, we will offer it as soon as possible.
- What is Lateral Violence?
- Conflict Resolution
- Understanding Depression
- Managing Anxiety
- Stress Management
- Medicine Wheel Teachings
- Peer Support Circle
- Cultural Arts – Beading, painting, drum making
- Parenting Support Group
There are numerous community resources to access in Metro Vancouver including housing, legal, and child care. Click here for a list of community resources.
For more information, contact:
Yvette Bear, BSW, MC, RCC
Family Violence Resource Centre Coordinator
(604) 873-3772 Ext. 312
Cory Deutsch, MA, RCC
Counselling Department Coordinator
(604) 873-3772 Ext. 308