The Student Resource Center offers counselling, academic, and accessibility supports that meet the diverse needs of the Acadia student population. We provide a client – centered, professional and confidential environment that values the whole student post- secondary experience. Within our counselling and psychotherapy services we work with students to develop and improve overall wellbeing as it relates to emotional, psychological, spiritual, and social health. Some of the issues that we work with include depression, anxiety, relationship, and stress. We also offer services related to career exploration and decision making.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please email:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 902-585-1246.
More information can also be found on our website: http://www.acadiau.ca/counsel/
The Student Resource Center respects that students have diverse learning needs and through Accessibility Services we provide an individualized and inclusive support system for students with disabilities. The accommodations provided by Accessible Learning Services are based on recommendations outlined in students’ medical and psychological educational documentation. These recommendations are varied and may include counselling, mentoring, tutoring, note-taking, assistive technology, exam accommodations, and access to government bursaries and grants.
For more information about Accessible Learning Services please contact:
Dr. Abu Kamara, Coordinator of Accessible Learning, at email@example.com, or
Kathy O’ Rourke, the Disability Resource Facilitator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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