Wellness Coaching and Counselling 

Maintaining your mental and emotional health is important to academic success and personal well-being. CNC Student Services and Health and Wellness are here to support you in reaching your goals.

Counselling

Counselling can help students address any of the following concerns:

  • Anxiety Management
  • Depression Management
  • Grief and Loss Work
  • Transition Support
  • Addiction Recovery Work
  • School and Life Stressors
  • Gender and Sexuality Considerations
  • Relationship Difficulties
  • Other Mental Illness Concerns

Wellness Coaching

Wellness Coaching can help students with the following:

  • Stress management and coping skills
  • Time management
  • Goal-setting and planning
  • Self-care
  • Providing screening and referrals to counselling at CNC
  • Providing information on CNC policies and processes (e.g., grade appeals, medical/personal withdrawals, etc.)
  • Providing information about other resources on and off campus.

Here2Talk

In addition to our resources on campus, you can also access support through Here2Talk. Here2Talk is a free, confidential resource available to all post-secondary students in BC. You can access confidential support via the 24 hour telephone line, or use the Here2Talk app or website to access a counsellor through text-based chat.

You can also access articles and other online resources designed to enhance your well-being through the app and website. Counselling services are currently available in English and French but additional languages can be made available by request.

  • Tel: +1 604-642-5212
  • Toll Free: 1 877-857-3397
  • Here2Talk on Google Play and the App store

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Consultation and Referrals for Wellness Supports

Consultation is available for students, faculty, or staff to discuss their concerns and seek support for students. Students may benefit from a range of different support services when they are experiencing distress or personal difficulties.

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Burns Lake

A part-time counsellor is on-site in to provide clinical counselling services to assist students to maximize their chance of success and overcome barriers. Confidential counselling for wellness, personal problems or crises, and mental health concerns. 

Fort St. James

Referrals are made by faculty, staff and community agencies. Students may also self-refer. To schedule an appointment, please call the campus front desk. 

Mackenzie

To make a counselling appointment at the Mackenzie Campus, contact 250-997-7200.

Prince George

Referrals for Counselling are made by the Wellness Coach (through Student Services) or Health and Wellness Centre medical staff. Please contact either of these services to schedule a consultation appointment. Our knowledgeable staff will direct you to a support person who can best meet your needs, whether that is for short term counselling, or connection to longer term supports.

Quesnel

To make a counselling appointment at Quesnel Campus, contact QuesnelCounselling@cnc.bc.ca or call 250-991-7500 x 7604. Laurie is located in office N106 during the academic year.

Vanderhoof

Referrals are made by faculty, staff and community agencies. Students may also self-refer. To schedule an appointment, please call the campus front desk.