Mental Well-Being Resources


The Mental Well-Being Resource Guide was a cross-campus partnership between students, staff, and faculty. Resources were compiled by Sheridan students, for students under the guidance of Karen Lints, LLS, Kerry Hately, FAHCS, as well as Wellness and Counselling. If you have a resource you would like to see on the guide, please fill out this form. Sheridan does not endorse the resources provided on this guide but offers them as tools to support the wellbeing of students. For information on Sheridan's response to the pandemic, please refer to the COVID-19 Updates page.

Centre for Equity and Inclusion:

CEI addresses concerns of sexual and gender-based violence, and advises on accessibility, harassment and discrimination.

Phone: 905-845-9430, EXT: 2229

Video with Guy Winch, TEDxLinnaeusUniversity.

If you need additional resources on mental health topics, check out these suggested podcasts, videos, and more:

Sheridan Counselling:

Wellness and Counselling is offering a full range of services virtually and is committed to supporting your wellness. To book a free appointment with a Counsellor, email, or use our online system. Please note that drop in appointments can only be booked 2 days in advance. If there are no appointments available online, please check back tomorrow. Wellness and Counselling Services is not an emergency service, and operates Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm. If you have questions, please contact:

  • Email:
  • Phone: Please leave a voicemail and we will return your phone call within one business day
    • Davis Campus: (905) 459 – 7533, EXT: 5400
    • Hazel McCallion Campus (HMC): (905) 459 – 7533, EXT: 2528
    • Trafalgar Road Campus: (905) 845 – 9430, EXT: 2557

Counselling Services has also gathered resources to help you stay positive and practice self-care. Check out our resources page. If this is an emergency, call 911 or take yourself to the nearest emergency room.

24/7 Counselling Services :

Centre for Indigenous Learning and Support:

The Centre for Indigenous Learning and Support staff are available to support all the academic and personal success of all Indigenous students: Status, Non-Status, Metis, and Inuit.


Credit: The following staff and students were involved in supporting this project: Erin De Jong, Health Promotions Specialist; Jelena Surikova, MSW Work Placement Student; Prerna Bajaj, Health Promotions Specialist; Patricia Buckley, Creative Campus & Diversity Liaison Librarian.