COVID 19 Update: As we start an unusual year this fall, the counsellors remain available to students and families. If you need support or have questions, please email or call your counsellor to arrange an appointment. Our offices are too small for personal meetings but we can arrange for a larger space to meet with a student, or we can speak over the phone. We can also arrange a time for your counsellor to call you through Teams if you wish to have a video chat. Students may wish to put the Teams app on their phone for easy access to a call.
Attached is a list of community-based resources for support, as well as several links to online sources of information to support you during this pandemic. School District 43 Mental Health Resources and information.docx
This website has an extensive list of provincially funded mental health services to help people during COVID19. Scroll down for specific sections for parents, youth, students, indigenous and many others: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/health/managing-your-health/mental-health-substance-use/virtual-supports-covid-19
The Counsellor’s role can be divided into four major areas: counselling, consultation, coordination and education. Our goal is to provide a balanced counselling service that encompasses all four areas.
The Counselling Team
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