- Contact Us
- See a Doctor
- See a Counsellor
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- Drop-in HCS Advising
- Wellness Wednesdays - Ask the Nurse
- Stress Management and Building Resilience
- Understanding and Coping with Anxiety and Depression
- Navigating Stress and Seeking Balance
- Meet, Greet, and Eat
- Creative Collective
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- Thriving with ADHD/ADD
- Living with Chronic Pain
- Mindfulness Meditation
- Dissertation & Thesis Support Group
- Tending to Anti-Asian Racism
- Mindful Medicine for Women of Colour
- Mental Health Monday: Stress Management Tips for Online Environments
- LGBTQ+ Radical Self-Care Groups
- Support Over Suicide & Students in Distress
- Nurturing Resilience
- Staying Well, Staying Committed
- Black Student Support and Healing Space
- Connected Globally and Adjusting Locally
- International Student Support Group
- Mental Wellness During COVID-19
- Progressive Muscle Relaxation Group
- Experiencing Disability
- Thrive Week: Well-Being During These Times
- COPE - Compassion Over Pain Endurance
- Cultivating Self Compassion
- Anxiety 101
- Navigating Athletic Transitions
- Finding Calm After the Storm
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Counselling is confidential and provided at no cost for SFU students.
You may receive an email from Jennifer or Access Case Manager, Deborah Fung, to follow-up with your request.
Meet Jennifer Reandy
Health and Counselling Services Indigenous Counselor
Jennifer is a registered clinical counsellor working with SFU’s Indigenous Student Centre (ISC). She works from a braided practise that honours Indigenous knowledge, strength-based person/community centered approach and relevant, respectful, mainstream therapeutic orientations that strive for holistic balance (emotional, physical, spiritual, intellectual). She believes in the importance of wrap-around care, especially supporting connections with Elders and cultural teachings, as well as exploration of identity development. She is aware of the impacts of colonization and intergenerational trauma while recognizing the resilience and wellness in communities and culture. Her work is grounded in Indigenous ways of knowing that stress the importance for reciprocity, relevance, responsibility and relationships.
Get Additional Support
- ISC Wellness program is a safe and casual space for students to participate in monthly challenges, attend workout classes, share about your wellness journey, and connect with others through small activities, such as sharing your Spotify playlists.
- Indigenous Student Centre (ISC) hosts a number of programs and services for students to connect, and has staff available to chat about navigating support options.
- First Nations Health Authority has counselling services available to Indigenous people
- Kuu-US Crisis Response Services (is available 24/7): 1-800-588-8717
Book an appointment with an Access Case Manager who provides a same-day 30 minute appointment. They will provide mental health support and/or referral to appropriate services and resources, like a doctor, HCS mental health support or an external Indigenous counsellor.
Find other support options available with Health & Counselling including drop-in programs, groups, and virtual counselling.
Healing in Colour offers a directory of BIPOC therapists who are committed to values supporting BIPOC in all intersections
MindMapBC is a database of outpatient mental health services including professional counselling, peer counselling, support groups, and others
Vancouver Crisis Line: 604-872-3311 (24/7)
Kuu-US Crisis Response Services (24/7): 1-800-588-8717
BC Suicide Line: 1-800-784-2433