Graduate school is complicated. Some days are better than others, and there is no wrong time to reach out to the support services that are available to you. The University of Toronto recently launched a comprehensive student mental health resource portal. We have aligned our resource page to incorporate the same continuum approach to care.
Connect to Support and Services
Drop-in, low commitment resources to connect with peers and professionals
Graduate Counselling Services: To schedule a session, call 416-978-8030 and select option 5. Short-term counselling offered to graduate students by the Health & Wellness Centre and School of Graduate Studies.
Assists in navigating disability-related barriers to your academic success for your on-going or temporary disability. Provides services and supports for learning, problem solving and inclusion.
Mental Health Services Portal: Browse the university's portal for more in-depth services - care categories, locations, providers and topics can be customized to ensure you find the resource that fits your needs best!
Get Urgent Help
If you are feeling distressed, reach out to 24-hour dedicated support teams
On-Campus Emergency:If you or someone you know is in immediate danger contact 911. To ensure prompt service, contact Campus Police after calling 911.
Mindful Moments:Daily drop-in meditations, yoga, and Tai Chi for focus, relaxation, and resilience.
BreathingRoom: App and program that helps you relax and connect with yourself. It gives you videos to watch, exercises and visualizations to try, music to listen to and even movie and book suggestions.
Build Your Toolkit Portal:Search the university's portal for more apps, podcasts, books, and programs that can help you develop skills and build emotional resilience!
Access Specialized Support
Navigation tools that can connect you to specific distress resources
Feeling DistressedContact List: Distress can be complex and deeply personal. This PDF provides community and on-campus contact resources that can provide comprehensive support for different types of distress:
Mental Health Resources
Academic Distress Support
Equity Offices and Communities of Care on Campus
Navi - Your Mental Health Wayfinder: An anonymous chat tool that provides you with information to help you navigate mental health resources and make decisions about seeking appropriate supports.
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