Balancing graduate studies with your work, social, and personal lives can be challenging. The end of each term can be especially difficult and stressful. Click here to view a list of mental health and wellness resources curated by GNSS.
It is important that we take care of ourselves, maintain balance, and speak to someone if we find ourselves, or one another, in distress.
Here is a list of more resources available to all students, we encourage you to reach out to them.
UofT Navi – a chat-based service that acts as a virtual assistant for students wanting to learn more about the mental health resources available to them at the University.
Faculty of Nursing Embedded Wellness Counsellor – An on-site counselor dedicated to nursing students – To schedule an appointment, call Health & Wellness at (416) 978 – 8030
UofT Health & Wellness – Directory of programs and resources available to students
Good2Talk Student Helpline – Free confidential helpline providing professional counseling, information, and referrals for mental health, addictions, and well-being
U of T Telus Health Student Support – Culturally-competent mental health and counseling services in 146 languages for international student use
What’s Up Walk-in – A clinic offering free walk-in mental health counseling services
Crisis Resources – Resources available if you are in an emergency, in crisis, or need to talk to someone – such as 24/7 distress lines
Sexual Assault / Domestic Violence Care Centre – Assists people of all genders over the age of 14, who are victims/survivors of sexual assault and domestic/intimate partner violence