Wellness Resources

WEC western

The Wellness Education Centre (WEC) offers all Western students a safe, comfortable environment to get connected with the wellness resources available at Western and in the London community.

Book an appointment online with Student Health Services (UCC Room 11). They can refer you to a physician, counsellor, psychologist, psychiatrist or one of their many other services as appropriate.

WEC has a ‘no wrong door‘ policy – if you have a question, WEC will help you answer it…or find the person who can. No appointment needed! Visit UCC Room 76 weekdays 10-6 (summer hours are 10-4 from May-Aug).

WEC’s list of “Take Care” Resources for Students

Mental Health Issues and Corresponding Campus Resources (WEC)


Good2Talk is a free, confidential helpline providing professional counselling and information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being to post-secondary students in Ontario, 24/7/365.


survivethriveThrough Ontario Teachers Federation (OTF)’s Survive & Thrive, you’ll find hands-on information that will be of value in the classroom, in dealing with colleagues, parents and others, and in managing your work-life balance.

Managing your mental well-being is an essential skill for new teachers. Here is OTF’s resource for Teacher Well-being


teach+resiliencyEducators’ roles are changing – increasingly they are finding themselves on the front lines of child and youth mental health.

Teach Resiliency is an online library with practical and evidence-informed resources to support mental health in our classrooms and schools.

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