Health and Wellness

Counselling on Campus

Crisis Services at Western
(M-F daytime)

phone or go in person

Student Development Centre

519.661.3031
4th floor
Student Services Building

Student Health Services (SHS)
519.661.3030 OR
519.661.3771
UCC Rm 11 (lower level)

After Hours Crisis Resources

Campus Community Police Service
- Emergency: Call 911
- Non-emergencies or inquiries:
519.661.3300

London Crisis Response Line
519.433.2023
Call 24/7 for phone crisis response

Counselling

Counselling may be sought when we have exhausted our own resources to cope with a problem or if there is an underlying sense that something is not quite right. A therapeutic conversation with a professional counsellor can assist you to find new solutions and to clarify your values.

Student Development Centre (SDC)

519.661.3031
WSS Rm 4100

  • Individual counselling;
  • Crisis counselling;
  • Groups on issues including stress and anxiety.
Student Health Services (SHS)

519.661.3771
519.661.3030
(urgent concerns)
UCC Rm 11 (lower level)

  • Multidisciplinary counselling services;
  • Psychiatry and physician counselling for students who are currently on medication
  • Medication consultations
Residence Counsellor

Contact Residence Counsellor by email

  • Counselling service for students currently living on campus in residence.
King's Counselling

Counselling and Student Development (C&SD)
519-433-3491 ext. 4321
Wemple Building 157

  • Counselling services for students registered at King's University College
Employee Assistance Program
1.800.668.9920
  • Family Service Thames Valley provides counselling and support for all full time faculty, staff and their immediate families
  • confidential counselling on - couple issues, family troubles, parenting, stress, alcohol and drug issues, finances, grief, depression or coping with illness