Well-being

Wellness in mind, body and spirit is important to your success at university.

The Student Wellness Centre is staffed by trained service providers (family physicians, personal counsellors, registered nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists and wellness educators). This section includes some of the services available to you through the centre.


Health Services

You can visit Health Services, part of the Wellness Centre, for any health concerns, including colds, flus, travel medicine, nutritional assessments and more. The clinic is run by a team of caring, dedicated, multidisciplinary professionals with expertise in university health issues.

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Counselling Services

Trent’s Counselling Services offers personal counselling services to all full-time and part-time undergraduate and graduate students. All counsellors are very familiar with the range of personal issues that can affect your academic success and quality of life.

Visit the Student Wellness Centre for more information about the well-being services at Trent.

First Peoples House of Learning provides culturally appropriate, Indigenous-specific counselling services to Indigenous students, as well as cultural supports to ensure the health and well-being of Indigenous students on campus.

You can also visit the First Peoples House of Learning for information about the cultural aspects of health.

A variety of well-being supports are offered at the Durham campus, including:

  • student accessibility
  • counselling
  • academic advising
  • mentoring
  • learning support services

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