UCalgary mental health services
Taking care of your mental health is important. We have professionals on site to help you get the right support at the right time.
Taking care of your mental health is important, and we have professionals on site to make sure you get the right support at the right time. During your first appointment, a support advisor will help you set goals and choose the right services for you.
If you need individual support, there’s a number of options to fit your needs:
- Medical care
- Case management
- Couple’s consultation
If you’re looking for ways to increase your resilience, learn skills to help you handle stress, emotions or problems, or just think you could feel better, there’s a number of options to help you:
If you’ve tried our services and need specialized or long-term mental health support, we can make referrals to other services on campus or in the community.
To make an appointment, email email@example.com or call 403-210-9355 and select option #2 for counselling. Let us know if this is your first time coming in for counselling.
Your first appointment
During your initial appointment, You’ll get an assessment tool to fill out that helps identify your mental health concerns. One of our mental health professionals will help you set goals and come up with an action plan for the best services for you based on your needs.
Case management appointments
You’ll have a designated Student Support Advisor you can check in with occasionally to follow-up on how you’re progressing toward your goals, if the services you’re using are still helping, and for suggestions for other services.
Fees for services
Our mental health and counselling services are free for UCalgary students, both undergrad and graduate.
Please give one full business days’ notice if you need to cancel an appointment.
You might be billed for late cancellations or missed appointments. Fees vary by service type.
Our best service, your best care
We use a coordinated care approach to ensure you receive the best support. Your designated mental health professional will work with you to assess your needs and get you into the best suited services as quickly as possible.
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