We're here to help you succeed

Counselling and Accessibility Services (Room F2010) offers a wide range of counselling services to full-time students. Counsellors provide a confidential atmosphere where you can explore any topic or situation and discuss any concerns you may have. Our counsellors are professionally trained, have a wealth of experience and knowledge and can assist you in areas such as academic issues, career counselling and personal concerns.

What is Counselling?

The counsellor's job is to help students make sense of their experiences and open up possibilities for positive change. We believe:

  • people have the strength and resources to make necessary changes in their lives
  • sometimes people need a little help to tap into their strengths

Sometimes people think a counsellor will tell them what to do. Counsellors are trained to know about a wide range of concerns and experiences, but every individual is unique and therefore must make their own decisions. Counsellors help students:

  • define the problem
  • think about what's important
  • figure out what to do next
  • tap into their own strengths and resources
  • examine unhelpful habits, coping methods, self-defeating beliefs, values and attitudes
  • consider different points of view and new ways of thinking
  • begin to make decisions

All the information you provide to our counsellors is confidential and kept in a secure location. Other departments do not have access to any information you provide in seeking assistance. Although staff members do, on occasion, consult with one another about student needs, identifying information will not be released to any outside party without your written consent.

Our Counselling Services have been developed to assist you toward achieving your highest potential. These services include:

  • personal counselling
  • career counselling
  • academic counselling
  • mature student counselling services
  • traumatic event response
  • community career counselling

Let us help you make your time at Fanshawe College successful and enjoyable. If you are a full-time student, you are welcome to make an appointment with any of our counsellors.

Women's Safety Awareness Program

Fanshawe College is proud to launch a campus-wide response to women’s campus safety. Through awareness, education and prevention programs, the Women’s Safety Awareness website is designed to create a safe and supportive community by enhancing women’s safety and well-being on and off campus.

Get help 24/7 with iCopeU online!

Stressed? Overwhelmed? Struggling with anxiety?

Get help and info on your terms, anytime. iCopeU offers fingertip access to stress management and safety planning tools, along with reliable information for issues such as suicide risk, sexual assault, addictions, violence and eating disorders. There are also flash-animations about mental wellness and personal coping skills.

Check it out at http://icopeu.com/fanshawe.


Good2Talk is a free, confidential and anonymous helpline providing professional counselling and information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being to post-secondary students in Ontario, 24/7/365. Call: 1-866-925-5454 or connect through 2-1-1.

Welcome online learners

Taking an online program? Looking for counselling or services to support a permanent disability? Please call or email us to arrange for these services.

Contact Counselling Services

Phone 519-452-4282
TTY 519-453-8617
Fax 519-453-2826


Room F2010, London Campus
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Other Campuses

  • St. Thomas/Elgin Regional Campus: 519-633-2030
  • Woodstock/Oxford Regional Campus: 519-421-0144
  • Simcoe/Norfolk Regional Campus: 519-426-8260
  • Centre for Digital and Performance Arts (downtown London location): 519-452-4430