Facing challenges? Your school’s counselling services could be helpful

Credit to Author: Geneviève Beaupré and Susan Qadeer| Date: Mon, 04 Jan 2021 21:05:17 +0000

Post-secondary counselling is a confidential service that has many purposes including providing help to find solutions to problems, teaching skills for coping and addressing issues that interfere with a student’s success or reasonable functioning. Most schools have trained counsellors who are generalists, able to address a wide range of issues that students might have. Using professional skills, the counsellor provides an objective viewpoint, offers support, teaches skills and helps students explore and decide if changes need to be made in coping with situations.

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Advice for students: Make use of your school’s counselling services

Credit to Author: Geneviève Beaupré and Susan Qadeer| Date: Mon, 04 Jan 2021 21:05:17 +0000

Post-secondary counselling is a confidential service that has many purposes including providing help to find solutions to problems, teaching skills for coping and addressing issues that interfere with a student’s success or reasonable functioning. Most schools have trained counsellors who are generalists, able to address a wide range of issues that students might have. Using professional skills, the counsellor provides an objective viewpoint, offers support, teaches skills and helps students explore and decide if changes need to be made in coping with situations.

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Douglas Todd: Five surprising things we’ve learned about migration during the pandemic

Credit to Author: Douglas Todd| Date: Thu, 24 Dec 2020 16:00:27 +0000

Opinion: The pandemic threatens the mantra of globalization, in regard to immigration, trade, foreign students, housing and perhaps even the movement of capital

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Douglas Todd: Five surprising things we’ve learned about migration during the pandemic

Credit to Author: Douglas Todd| Date: Thu, 24 Dec 2020 16:00:27 +0000

Opinion: The pandemic threatens the mantra of globalization, in regard to immigration, trade, foreign students, housing and perhaps even the movement of capital

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How services provided by your school can help reduce stress

Credit to Author: Geneviève Beaupré and Susan Qadeer| Date: Tue, 08 Dec 2020 20:37:35 +0000

Managing stress is an important skill. There are many ways to do this from regular exercise to meditation and a lot in between. If you are able to find solutions to the problems that produce stress, you will not only save time and worry but also learn strategies to address future issues. Your school has […]

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How to be more organized: Set yourself up for academic success

Credit to Author: Geneviève Beaupré and Susan Qadeer| Date: Tue, 24 Nov 2020 13:53:12 +0000

With the global pandemic and other concerning issues, staying productive and focused can be tough. Still, keeping your academic work organized is even more vital. Being an online student makes the need to be organized even more important; you cannot rely on in-person interactions with professors or classmates to remind you of what needs to be done.

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Douglas Todd: Canada’s many language schools ravaged by COVID-19

Credit to Author: Douglas Todd| Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2020 15:53:41 +0000

Opinion: COVID-19 restrictions have put hundreds of English-language schools in Canada on the brink of bankruptcy, pushing students away and pounding Vancouver and Toronto

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Douglas Todd: Canada’s many language schools ravaged by COVID-19

Credit to Author: Douglas Todd| Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2020 15:53:41 +0000

Opinion: COVID-19 restrictions have put hundreds of English-language schools in Canada on the brink of bankruptcy, pushing students away and pounding Vancouver and Toronto

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