The counselling department provides a safe, confidential place for students to get help and support.
- Crisis situations
- Depression or anxiety
- Money problems
- Interpersonal conflicts
- and more
Personal counselling is provided by qualified, experienced counsellors and may involve referrals to other college services or community resources.
Personal Counselling Tools
- Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-I) - The EQ-I is the first comprehensive measure of Emotional Intelligence (EI); an array of factors which influence one’s ability to cope with environmental demands that directly affect one’s career and academic effectiveness, life fulfillment, and overall psychological well-being.
- Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) - MBTI increases your self-awareness and helps you discover the best occupational matches based on personality types. It includes strategies for improving job satisfaction and exploring occupational options.
- Personality Type Using True Colors - True Colors helps determine your job fit and explore what work environments would best suit your work style.
- Keirsey Temperament Sorter - Temperament is another self-awareness tool which focuses on core values and needs which tend to predict certain behaviors and abilities in individuals.