Counselling

North Delta CounsellingThe counsellors at ND are trained teachers who also have Masters degrees in Counselling Psychology. Our role here is to listen to you and support you in areas where you may be having difficulties in order for you to be as successful and happy as possible both at school and in life in general.Need help? Don’t know where to go? Come and see us.How to access a counsellor:

  • Check if your counsellor is available and if not...
  • Fill out a request form and put into the appropriate box.

Have you visited your counselor lately? Here are some reasons to:

  • Course planning
  • Career, education, and future planning including scholarship opportunities PDF
  • Goal-setting
  • Personal issues such as:
  • Bullying
  • Conflict resolutions and mediation
  • Effective communication with adults
  • Peer pressure
  • Personal relationship issues like problems friends and/or family
  • Problem solving
  • Health and well-being:
  • Anger management
  • Body image
  • Depression
  • Grief and loss
  • Maintaining healthy lifestyles
  • Self esteem
  • Self-harm
  • Sexuality
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Substance use i.e. alcohol and drugs
  • Community services referral
  • Tutoring referral, please see your counsellor for an updated list
  • And much more

 ConfidentialityAll conversations between you and your counsellor are confidential; that means that we do not share information we have discussed with parents, teachers, other students or school administrators without your permission. We take our commitment to confidentiality very seriously.There are several circumstances, however, that we are legally obliged to break confidentiality for your safety. If you tell us that you are being physically harmed, you are harming or planning on harming someone else or if you have suicidal intentions, we must share this information with appropriate community agencies. Your counsellor will always inform you about when they have to break confidentiality and discuss options with you.