Personal Wellness Supports
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We are facing an unprecedented challenge together, as a united College community. This information hub, organized by Counselling and Accessible Education Services, has a variety of resources, modules and apps to help promote personal and mental wellness. New and existing resources are easy to find and access right here.
Individual counselling appointments are available via telephone and WebEx. Same day telephone counselling is also available. Please call (705) 749-5530 ext. 1440, Monday 1 - 4 p.m., Wednesday 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., and Friday 1 - 4 p.m., to speak with a Personal Wellness Counsellor.
WE ARE HERE FOR YOU
Feeling isolated or lonely? Counselling has 5 quick tips to help bust the lonliness blues.
Provides students with therapy, virtual doctor visits, lifestyle counselling, courses, tools and events to improve mental and physical health Available to all students registered with the Student Health Plan.
Health Services is currently staffed and nurses are available at the Sutherland and Frost campuses for student consultations. Please leave a message and staff will return your call during business hours. Where appropriate, nurses may be able to connect you via phone to one of our college physicians.
Sutherland Campus: 705-749-5557 ext. 5504
Frost Campus: 705-324-9144 ext. 3232
ADDITIONAL HEALTH RESOURCES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTSMorcare
OHIP alternative insurance for international students provides coverage for medically necessary hospital and medical services
COVID-19 PANDEMIC-SPECIFIC COPING RESOURCES
Managing stress and anxiety in times of heightened uncertainty is something we are all facing. Here are some helpful apps, exercises and resources to build resilience.
MindShift CBT by Anxiety Canada is a free app that uses scientifically proven strategies based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to help you learn to relax and be mindful, develop more effective ways of thinking, and use active steps to take charge of your anxiety.
Self-Help for Anxiety Management is free app that offers a range of self-help methods for people who are serious about learning to manage their anxiety.
Stay Connected. Stay Calm, and Have Fun!
Flemingâ€™s Guided Meditation sessions, led by Linda McFadden, are now available online Mondays from 3 p.m. â€“ 4 p.m. Click here to join
ADDITIONAL MEDITATION, MINDFULNESS AND RELAXATION RESOURCES
Calm is a meditation, sleep and relaxation app, available in both the App Store and Google Play store. Calm creates unique audio content that strengthens mental fitness and tackles some of the biggest mental health challenges of today: stress, anxiety, insomnia, and depression. As a result of COVID-19, Calm has put together a page of free resources for anyone to use. For anyone who would like to try the app, Calm offers a 7-day free trial.
Your source for Health, Wellness+Athletics Tips
Counselling, Health Services and Athletics and Recreation have teamed up to bring you a weekly communication series called Coach. Coach is here to help you maintain connections, and a greater understanding of wellness while studying remotely.
Tips will focus on mental health, staying physically active, good nutrition, and coping with stress. We may be socially apart, but we are still together as a Fleming community. We hope Coach will help you connect virtually, develop new skills, and embrace different experiences, while continuing to strive for your goals.
Coach â€“ Tip Sheet Week #8: Feeling low
Are you feeling low? We have all been there!
There are days when everything seems challenging to face and achieve. You are going to face a lot of hardships in your life.
Everyone feels low or down from time to time and that is quite normal. We've all experienced situations in which we have felt upset, angry, worried or sad.
Feeling low is particularly common after a distressing event or major life change like the death of someone close, unemployment or a relationship breakdown.
Sometimes it is possible to feel down without there being an obvious reason.