Mental Wellness Hub

Student Mental Health

Their Expertise and Your Privacy 

Student Mental Health provides accessible, evidence-based, and inclusive psychological services to our diverse student community. Mental health and wellbeing is an important component of student success. As such, they strive to support our students' successful adjustment to university through responsive, skills-based and proactive engagement.

Their clinicians are registered psychologists with extensive experience in treating a wide variety of concerns. Services are provided in accordance with the principles of the Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists, 4th Edition. 

Information shared during your treatment sessions is confidential, including the fact that you have accessed their services. Personal health information is not disclosed to University faculty or staff, parents, or other persons and agencies without your written permission. There are, however, a few ethical and legal limitations to confidentiality that your clinician will discuss with you during your initial sessions.

Your first session is a time-responsive and solution-focused interaction focussed on your current pressing situational stressor or mental health related concern. During this session you will be collaborating with the clinician to develop insight, options, and possible solutions to your current pressing concern. This collaboration may involve psychoeducation, therapeutic strategies, skill-developing tools, and recommended resources for further and continued support.

For further sessions a brief and change oriented treatment approach is followed. The number of sessions you receive depends on your treatment plan. Although this number is not capped, they have found that, on average, functional outcomes are often attained within 3 to 8 sessions.

Sessions are currently facilitated in-person, as well as virtually with Zoom for Healthcare. Sessions are available daily, Monday to Friday during regular office hours, and are by scheduled appointment only.

For a first time appointment OR if it has been more than six (6) months since your last appointment, click HERE, to complete and submit a Consent Form.

For all other Student Mental Health inquiries, click HERE, to complete and submit the CONTACT US form.

For more information or to contact Student Mental Health click here.

Other University of Regina Services

Online Therapy Unit

The Online Therapy Unit was founded by Dr. Heather Hadjistavropoulos in 2010.  Since that time, the research team has received funding from multiple sources including:

Canadian Institutes of Health Research
, Innovative Medicines Canada, Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation,and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health

Addiction & Mental Health Services | PAPHR

Areas of Focus

Service Delivery - We provide effective online clinical treatment programs to individuals experiencing mental health difficulties, with a primary focus on depression and anxiety as these are prevalent, disabling, and under-treated conditions.

Education - We train therapists and graduate students in the delivery of internet-sourced cognitive behaviour therapy.

Research - We conduct multidisciplinary research on the reach, adoption, effectiveness, and implementation of internet-sourced cognitive behaviour therapy.

For a more comprehensive view of who we are and what we do, please visit our website here.