Glendon Accessibility, Well-Being and Counselling Centre provides various resources for individuals. If you are a person looking for help or are someone wanting to help someone in your life, here are some resources that may help you.

Post Secondary Student Helpline

“Good2Talk is a free, confidential and anonymous helpline providing professional counselling and information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being to post-secondary students in Ontario, 24/7/365”. Visit the Good2Talk website or call 1 866 925 5454

Relaxation, Stress Management, and Meditation

Mind Body & Soul

Visit the York U Health Education website for links to great meditation and relaxation exercises.

Relaxation Exercises

Student Counselling Virtual Pamphlet Collection

The Student Counselling Virtual Pamphlet Collection offers a valuable collection of pamphlets online. Information is available on topics such as: alcohol and substance abuse; cults; eating disorders; family and childhood issues; grief; sexual orientation; and time management.

Common Stress Reactions to Trauma

Some reactions are common to people who experience traumatic stress as a result of witnessing or being involved in a traumatic event. Everyone who is exposed to such an event is affected by it and may experience some reaction. Being party to a traumatic incident reminds us that we are also vulnerable to tragedy. Our protective belief that “nothing could happen to me or to people I know” can be momentarily stripped away.

You can also access York University’s “Common Stress Reactions to Trauma” for more information.


Helpguide is a web resource that is geared to providing useful information in the form of articles that are ‘commercial-free, unbiased and balanced’ and that are easy to read and understand. Their aim is to help people become “health literate” and ultimately to help prevent and resolve challenging mental and physical health issues. They have topics on aspects of Healthy Living, Mental and Emotional Health, Stress Management and more. Check then out at

Centre francophone

Le Centre francophone offre des services de soins médicaux primaire et de counselling en santé mentale au francophone qui résident à Toronto.  Vous pouvez accéder au site web du Centre francophone pour de plus amples renseignements.