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Are you dealing with school – related issues that you can no longer handle on your own, like settling into a new environment, making connections with others at Ryerson, developing much needed skills, or finding motivation? Are you experiencing personal difficulties with family relationships, loss, traumatic experiences, depression, anxiety, alcohol or drug use, or other challenges?
You can receive help with these and other issues by taking advantage of the free and confidential services offered by the personal counsellor, Ruth Frolic, in the Faculty of Arts Student Experience Centre. To book an appointment with the Arts personal counsellor, or with another counsellor in Ryerson's Centre for Student Development and Counselling, contact:
The Centre for Student Development and Counselling offers a variety of counselling groups throughout the fall and winter semesters. Issues such as depression, anxiety/worry, shyness, family relationships, and grief and loss are discussed. To find out more about these groups, contact the Centre for Student Development and Counselling at 416 979 5195, or visit their website.