If you’re a student living in residence and you’re feeling persistently stressed, anxious, or sad, you can make an appointment to see one of UBC’s Counsellors in Residence.
Meet UBC’s Counsellors in Residence
Freeman Woolnough, CCC, RCC
Karen Moss, MC, RCC
Top reasons to make an appointment
- Feeling overwhelmed
- Relationship troubles
- Loss and/or grief
- Past experience of physical, sexual, or emotional violence
- Other mental health challenges
What to expect
You’ll come in for a 50-minute session, where Karen or Freeman will listen to your needs and help you meet your immediate personal goals. Many students find that a single counselling session helps them to get on track and improve their well-being.
Karen or Freeman may also recommend self-directed resources, workshops and coaching, group therapy, or individual short-term counselling. If longer-term counselling is needed, they will help connect you with resources and options in the local community.
In addition to daytime appointments, the Counsellors in Residence are able to book appointments in the early evening and on weekends.
If you have any questions about Counsellor in Residence, like what to expect in a session or whether you should make an appointment, send us an email!
Our Counsellors in Residence and all of UBC’s health professionals are committed to keeping your visit and concerns completely private and confidential.
Information about you and your health can only be shared with your permission, or when safety concerns or legal requirements arise.
If you have any questions about confidentiality, please ask during your appointment.
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