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What is Counselling?

It takes tremendous courage to seek help and to work on personal issues. Seeking resources shows great initiative and personal responsibility. Both are strengths important for general success in life.

If you're currently registered or recently graduated, within one term following convocation, we’re here to help! Counselling is a process where the client and counsellor work together to come up with different ways to experience various situations. We have a great team of professional counsellors. All our counsellors have a minimum of a master's level degree from the field of psychology and clinical social work, are registered with a professional organization and are pursuing or have completed additional qualifications. We are here to help students shine personally and professionally!

University of Lethbridge Counselling Services offers counselling in two key areas relevant to students:

We can also offer Academic Support, please contact the Student Success Centre or Academic Advising.

Have questions? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page
Email us at counselling.services@uleth.ca
phone us at 403-317-2845
Stop by our office located in Anderson Hall AH153


UofL Faculty and Staff are invited to contact your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) representative for any career and counselling needs.