Black Student Support and Healing Space

Identity, Currently Offered

A support group for Black students

Black Student Support and Healing Space:

Discussing racism can activate a person’s emotional responses. If you find yourself in this position, please reach out for support from our Mental Health Nurses during our hours of operation at 778-782-4615. Relevant support for Black students is also available 24/7 with My SSP. Specific counsellor options can be requested.

What is Black Student Support and Healing Space?

Black Student Support and Healing Space is a group for Black students to connect, chat, and share. The goal of the group is to offer support and create community with other Black students at SFU. Topics of discussion are broad and can range from sharing personal goals and achievements to reflecting on collective experiences. At the end of each session, participants can win an e-gift card supporting a local IBPOC business of their choice.


Drop in when it works for you, and when you feel like chatting or listening to others.

How do I join?

Register by filling out the WebSurvey below.

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Tricia-Kay Williams is also available to Black SFU students and recent alumni for ongoing, one-to-one counselling (for a maximum of 10 sessions / per issue).

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Summer 2022 Schedule

Sessions will be held via Zoom.

  • Thursday, May 19, 2022 at 5pm
  • Thursday, June 16, 2022 at 5pm
  • Thursday, July 14, 2022 at 5pm
  • Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 5pm

Check out Upcoming Session for any updated times or changes to the sessions.

Upcoming Session

About the Facilitator

Tricia-Kay Williams

Tricia-Kay Williams has a BA degree in Psychology from the York University in Toronto O.N. and an MA degree in Counselling Psychology at the Adler University in Vancouver B.C. Tricia has extensive experience counselling individuals and families and is skilled in treating: Trauma, Anxiety, Transitional/Career and Relational issues. She is also an active community and social services professional who worked for some years as a Residential Youth Worker. Tricia is an advocate for anti-racism that affects BIPOC individuals and consults with organizations to foster a more anti-racist approach. Tricia is the owner of a counselling practice called Metamorphose Counselling and is the host of a YouTube channel called Meta Transitions.