Professional Counselling for Tyndale Students
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our counselling services are available only through online and phone appointments. Use the Placement Request Form to request an appointment with a therapist.
Confidential counselling sessions with a qualified therapist for:
One-on-one sessions aimed at helping you achieve your goals.
Couple sessions consist of any two people (i.e. dating, engaged or married couples, roommates, friends, co-workers, etc.) as long as one party is a registered Tyndale student. Fees are related to the status of the registered student.
Family sessions consist of two or more people, in any familial relationship (i.e. parent(s)/child(ren), siblings, grandparent(s)/grandchild(ren), step-family, etc.). The registered Tyndale student is normally present in the counselling session, although there are occasional exceptions. Fees are related to the status of the registered student.
Full-time Tyndale students are eligible to receive up to 10 counselling sessions free of charge during each academic year (Sept. 1 - Aug. 31) during any semester that they are taking 3 or more courses. At the conclusion of the 10 free sessions, further sessions are available for $15 per session. Fees for part-time students range between $25-35 per session, based on the student's current enrollment. Counselling sessions typically are 50 minutes in length. Information that is shared is confidential within the limits of the law.
The Placement Process
Counselling for Tyndale students begins with a Placement Request . Request to be placed with a therapist.
Personality & Vocational Inventories
A variety of inventories designed to help you enhance your self-awareness are available, including:
- Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
- Strong Interest Inventory
- Work Personality Index
- and many others.
Seminars & Events
A variety of seminars are offered throughout the year on relevant and helpful topics.
Tyndale Alumni are welcome to attend Tyndale Counselling Services seminars and events.
Consultations & Referrals
Referrals made to other professionals or appropriate agencies for those who require further assistance (i.e. medical, financial, psychiatric, legal, etc.). Consultations for students seeking advice regarding how to help friends/loved ones in crisis.