The Accessibility, Well-Being and Counselling (AWC) Centre offers a variety of services for Glendon students. These services include personel counselling and accessibility services for students with a learning disability, mental health disability or a physical, sensory and medical disability.
If you are experiencing personnel difficulties and would like to speak to a experienced personel counsellor, please contact us to set up an appointment. All information that is shared with any of our counsellors are confidential. No information will be disclosed to third parties without written consent. Please see Privacy Policies for more information
To book an appointment please call 416-487-6709 or drop by in person.
In case of an emergency
In the event that there is an immediate concern to your safely or the safety of other, call 911
In other situations, where immediate medical attention is not requires, call or come to AWC centre located at 111A Glendon Hall (side entrance). Crisis hours are from 3:00pm and students will be seen for a maximum of 15 minutes. Crisis hours are designed to assist students, who may be experiencing life-threatening circumstances recent traumatic crises or sever psychological difficulties.
Examples of crisis include but not limited to:
- Suicidal thoughts
- Thoughts about harming another person
- Recent assault or abuse
- Concern about your own safety
- Knowledge of another person being abused or assaulted
- Hallucinations and delusions
- Recent death of a loved one
- Witnessing or experiencing a traumatic event