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Counselling Services are a part of Student Services, and are designed to provide support to students during their time at St. Lawrence College. Meeting with a friendly and professional counsellor with whatever may be challenging or troubling, can make a difference. Our counsellors provide a wide range of strategies and supports to assist you in doing your best during your time at St. Lawrence.

Who should seek counselling?

Any student of St. Lawrence College is welcome to seek service.  We understand that being in college can be an exciting time, but that it can also be accompanied with stressful times.

Some common areas of concern addressed in counselling are:

  • transition to college life,
  • adjustment to disability or health related concerns,
  • anxiety or mood issues,
  • stress management,
  • conflict with family and friends,
  • grief/loss,
  • relationship problems,
  • self-esteem,
  • sexuality,
  • substance use,
  • and much more.

How can counselling assist you?

During times of personal distress it can be helpful to have a safe, non-judgmental, confidential space to come and share your concerns. Speaking to an impartial third party can often assist with alleviating strong emotions, develop a more manageable perspective on the issue/s, support the development of determining appropriate next steps and/or simply be there to listen.  Success from counselling depends on a person’s willingness to be honest, open and committed to making change/s.   
To book an appointment, please contact the Counselling Services on your campus.
Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm

Campus Contact Information:
Brockville 613-345-0660 ext. 3154, Room 100
Cornwall 613-933-6080 ext. 2202, Room M1460
Kingston 613-544-5400 ext. 1593, Room 01230

Are you or a friend experiencing a crisis right now?

If it is a life threatening emergency contact 911 immediately.
For crisis or after hours support please contact any of the following resources:
Ontario’s Postsecondary Student HelplineGood2Talk – 1-866-925-5454 or
Good2Talk is a free, confidential and anonymous service that offers professional counselling, mental health information, and connections to local resources. 

Lanark, Leeds & Grenville Mental Health Crisis Response
613-345-4600 or
Mental Health Crisis Team (Service from 7-24)
120 Tollgate
Frontenac Community Mental Health Services
24-hour crisis line and mobile emergency response
Mental Health Crisis Line
24 Hour Crisis Line
Tri county Mental Health
132 Second Street
Telephone Aid Line Kingston (TALK) 613-544-1771
Confidential crisis line
7:00pm to 3:00am
Emergency Department
Brockville General Hospital
75 Charles St.
Emergency Department
Cornwall Community Hospital
840 McConnell Ave
Emergency Department
Kingston General Hospital
76 Stuart Street
24 hours/day
Assault Response & Care Center (ARCC)
70 Charles St. Suite 201
Crisis line 345-4288 or
ASAP (Assault and Sexual Abuse Program)
Cornwall Community Hospital
840 McConnell Ave
Sexual Assault Centre Kingston (SACK)
24-hour crisis line and support service