Your School Guidance Counsellor

Your Guidance Counsellor is someone you can talk to about a lot of different issues, and they can help you find further supports as well. Many, but not all, schools will have a guidance counsellor who you can make an appointment with, and they are trained to help you with your personal development, social development, and education and career guidance.

Speaking to your guidance counsellor is strictly confidential, and they can provide ongoing counselling to you or support you while you might be referred to an other service that can help you further with your mental health or other needs.

How to connect with this service → Changes to our service due to Coronavirus →

During School Hours

Phone: Check with your school

Email: Check with your school

Abuse / Sexual Violence Addiction Anger Anxiety Bullying Depression Eating problems Grief Hearing Voices/Seeing Things Loneliness Other Regret Relationships Self Harm Sexuality/Gender Issues Stress Tired all the time

Age range: All students

Avg Wait
It varies from school to school, but Guidance Counsellors will usually try to see you as quickly as they can if the issue is urgent

Do I need my parents permission if I'm under 18?: no

How can I connect with my school guidance counsellor?

Changes due to the Coronavirus