Wellness Services and Resources


Wellness Services are a part of Student Services, and are designed to provide support to students during their time at St. Lawrence College. Whether one-on-one or in a group, our counsellors provide a wide range of strategies and supports to assist you in doing your best during your time at St. Lawrence College.


Meeting with a friendly and professional counsellor with whatever may be challenging or troubling, can make a difference.

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.

For students who want to connect with someone who understands the unique needs of Indigenous students, our Indigenous Counsellor is available tri-campus. 

Holly Brant headshot

Holly Brant
Indigenous Counsellor

Shé:kon, Karennenhá:wi niyónkyats. Kanyen’kehá:ka na’kya’tò:ten tánon’ wakenyáhton. Kenhtéke nikìteron. Hello, my name is Karrennehá:wi (She Carries Music), pronounced Ga-ren-na-how-we and I am Kanyen’keha:ka Mohawk. I belong with the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte, sit with the Turtle Clan and live on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. I believe student wellness is holistic, maintaining balance and inner peace may be a difficult task during the hectic school year, but if you need some help or just want to chat, stop by, I look forward to meeting you.

To book an appointment with Holly, please contact

Learn more SLC Indigenous Services. 


In a group environment, Groups and Workshops for Wellness provide students support in building and maintaining a strong sense of well-being. Meet our Counsellors, Learning Strategist, Student Success Facilitators and other experts covering a wide range of topics such as stress management, study strategies, pain management, substance use, relationships, wellness tools, yoga, and sleep health.

Groups run weekly and focus on a theme, while workshops are one-time events covering a particular topic. Group and workshop offerings change from semester to semester, and from year to year, depending on need and demand.

To view and sign up for our most current Wellness Groups and Workshops, please sign in to the URSLC Platform and visit our Wellness & Accessibility channel. Stay tuned to when new Groups and Workshops are offered by joining our Wellness & Accessibility Group on URSLC.

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 Post-secondary Student Helpline “Good2Talk”
Good2Talk is a free, confidential and anonymous service that offers professional counselling, mental health information, and connections to local resources.




·Addictions and Mental Health Services
24-hour crisis line and mobile emergency response

Lanark, Leeds & Grenville Mental Health Crisis Response
613.345.4600 or

Lanark, Leeds & Grenville Mental Health Crisis Response
613.345.4600 or

Telephone Aid Line Kingston (TALK) 
Confidential crisis line
7:00 pm to 3:00 am

Mental Health 24 Hour Crisis Line

Cornwall Community Mental Health
850 McConnell Avenue
(Open until 4:00 pm)

Walk-in Crisis Support Centre
552 Princess St. Kingston. M-F; 8:30 am -4:00 pm.

Crisis Services 24 Hour Hotline (Brockville General Hospital)
1.866.281.2911 or

Crisis Support Centre at Cornwall Community Hospital 
Call 1.844.361.6363 or go in person at 850 McConnell Ave.
M – Th; 8 am - 5:30 pm, Fri 8 am – 4 pm

Mental Health & Addictions Crisis Services 24 Hour Hotline
Mental Health & Addictions
Mental Health Crisis Line

Go to the Emergency Room at your local hospital

Go to the Emergency Room at your local hospital

Go to the Emergency Room at your local hospital

Wellness rESOURCES

Free access to resources that support your wellness.


Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, excluding holidays.
Our services are offered tri-campus. Click on your campus below to reach the appropriate office.

Room 01230
Phone: 613.544.5400, ext. 5504
Fax: (613) 548.7793

Room 250
Phone: 613.345.0660, ext. 5504
Fax: (613) 548.7793

Room M1461 Check in at the Student Services counter. 
Phone: 613.933.6080, ext. 5504

Fax: (613) 548.7793

Want to access our services?