You are now in the main content area

Individual Counselling

Mental Health Counselling

Counsellors are available to work with students on a one-on-one basis in relation to a variety of personal concerns and crisis situations including stress and anxiety,  transition into or out of university, depression, eating concerns, relationship and interpersonal issues, trauma and abuse, body image and identity, to name a few. Appointments are usually 50 minutes in length. We work using a short term counselling model and a range of therapeutic approaches dedicated to helping you achieve your goals.  

Educational and Career Counselling

Counsellors assist both undergraduate and graduate students with educational decision-making and planning including changing programs, future studies (post-diploma, graduate and professional), and career direction.

For guidance on course selection, course drops, academic standing and other concerns specific to your program of studies, your first step should be to consult with the academic advisor in your school/department. Unlike centralized guidance offices in the secondary school system, each Toronto Met program has administrative personnel designated to advise students on these matters.

You may also benefit from checking out the materials in the Career Resource Centre located in the Career Centre.