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Health, Wellness, and Development

Supporting our students ability to thrive

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CCNM has developed and implemented the following resources and supports to help build resilience, navigate life and academic demands, and enable personal and professional growth.

  • Counselling Services
  • Thrive
  • Wellness Tools: Borrowing Resources from the CCNM Library
  • Community Resources


Short-term counselling services are available at the College by appointment on Wednesdays and Fridays. Click here to book an appointment.

Common concerns explored in one-on-one counselling:
  • General stress, adjustment and anxiety
  • School-life balance
  • Emotion regulation and resilience building
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Difficulties in concentrating or focusing
  • Bereavement/grieving


Thrive CCNM's mission is to facilitate, host and inspire opportunities for people to think about, talk about, and practise skills that will support optimal health, resiliency and a shared sense of community at CCNM.

Thrive CCNM welcomes CCNM students, staff and faculty to join in the conversation to support one another. If you’re interested in partnering with Thrive, contact

Stay tuned for upcoming events on #CCNM’s social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @myccnm

Wellness tools: borrowing resources at the CCNM library

Thrive is making it easier for you to try tools and resources that can support your health.  We’re excited to team up with CCNM's library to provide you with opportunities to access Bright Light Therapy lamps (PDF), MUSE meditation headbands and valuable books to support you in building your resilience. 

Other counselling resources for you to consider:

STUDENTCARE - As a student enrolled in the student health care plan, you are eligible to receive partial coverage for mental health services delivered by a registered psychologist. Please review your policy to review the details.

Crisis response services (talk to someone right now):

  • Mental Health Helpline (Ontario) 1 (866) 531-2600
  • Distress Centre of Toronto (416) 408-4357
  • Good 2 Talk Student Helpline 1 (866) 925-5454
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    Talk to a student services advisor today by emailing

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