Personal Counselling Services

Book an appointment - Summer 2021

Due to limited availabilities during the summer months, the YukonU counselling centre is not taking new clients. If you are an existing client, email Bridget to schedule an appointment at Please note that Melissa won't be meeting with students during the summer until August 16th, 2021. 

Am I an existing client? Yes - if you've had counselling session(s) with Bridget during the fall semester 2020, winter semester 2021, or spring semester 2021! 

The counselling team will be seeing new clients again starting August 16th, 2021 and we look forward to connecting with you then. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes. In the meantime, these are some supports we suggest reaching out to. Your health and well-being is important. 

For mental health and well-being support, please contact: 

Let us support you

If any of the below describe you, you may benefit from seeking some support. Campus and community supports can help you find connections and make changes!

  • You’re stressed out
  • You can’t sleep
  • You feel stuck
  • You feel your life is falling apart
  • You’re confused about school or career plans
  • You feel down all the time
  • You’re struggling with a personal problem and don’t know what to do
  • You need someone to listen
YukonU Counselling Services

YukonU Counselling Services can help you with the demands of student life, promoting wellness, and building skills for lifelong success.

A counsellor brings training and skills to assist you in making sense of the problems you are experiencing, and works with you to develop preferred ways of living.

Counselling is free to all full- and part-time registered Yukon University students who are located in eligible regions. Regardless of where you are located, we are still here to support you! Our counselling team would like to help you find other counselling or support services if you are currently located outside of the eligible regions.

Counselling is voluntary and you may stop at any time.


All of the information you share with us is completely confidential. No information can be accessed by University administrators, instructors, outside agencies or others unless you choose to sign a release. You’re in control.

Community resources



24-hour BC NurseLine


Mental Wellness and Substance Use Services

867 456 3838

Family Children Services

867 667 3002

Canadian Mental Health Association Yukon
867 668 6429

Skookum Jim Friendship Centre

867 633 7680


867 393 4948

Hospice Yukon

867 667 7429

Victoria Faulkner Women’s Centre

878 667 2693

Kaushee’s Place (Women’s Transition Home & 24 hour support line)

867 668 5733

First Nations and Inuit Mental Health and Wellness

1 855 242 3310

Centre for Suicide Prevention

1 833 456 4566

Wellness apps

Below is a list of apps to support your mental health: