If you or someone you know has a similar story of dealing with mental health issues and is in need of help, click on the resources menu above to find Emergency and Crisis numbers, options on campus at Carleton University, options off campus as well as Online Resources.

On Campus Counselling Options

Carleton Health Services

Coping with stress/homesickness, sadness, handling a crisis, improving communication, learning to be assertive, increasing self-esteem, gender identity, sexuality, alcohol and drugs.

Mental Wellness Workshop

Off Campus Counselling Options

Julie Jardine (Sport Psychiatrist – covered by OHIP)

Discuss with Dr. Taylor or Dr. Bradley for referral if you are a varsity athlete

Shawna Hyde (Psychotherapist)

Paul University Counselling and Psychotherapy Center

Bereaved Families of Ottawa

Walk-In Counselling

Family Services Ottawa

Jewish Family Services

Catholic Family Services

Community Health Centres

contact Dr. Bradley or Dr. Taylor for list of CHCs in your area

Capital Choice Counselling

capitalchoicecounselling.com

Emergency

Emergency

Emergency

Sexual Assault

Suicide Prevention

Addiction

Online Self-Help Resources

eMentalHealth

ementalhealth.ca

find mental health services, help and support in your community

Moodgym

moodgym.com.au

learn cognitive behavioural therapy skills for preventing and coping with depression

Healthy Minds

theroyal.ca

Mind your Mind

mindyourmind.ca

interactive tools to promote wellness, reduce the stigma around mental health, and increase access to community supports, both professional and peer-based.

Moodkit

www.thriveport.com

provides mood improving activities and thought modulation

Beating the Blues

beatingtheblues.co.uk

eight weekly sessions to identify symptoms and set goals

FearFighter

fearfighter.com/

treats patients with panic

OCFighter

ocfighter.com

DBT Self Help

dbtselfhelp.com

information about dialectical behavior therapy for borderline personality disorder

Heads up Guys

headsupguys.org

health strategies for managing and preventing depression for men