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Health and Wellness
Physical Therapy students are able to access brief time-limited counselling with Laurie Coleman, a registered social worker. Laurie is returning for the second year as Counsellor and Wellness Coordinator, Health and Wellness at U of T.
Laurie will be located at both the Koffler Student Service Centre and embedded in specific faculties on the St. George campus, including the Physical Therapy and Speech-Language Pathology departments. Laurie will focus on brief time-limited solution focused counselling for undergraduate and graduate students. Services are offered in a safe, caring, respectful and empowering environment, which is directed towards optimizing students’ personal, academic and overall wellbeing. She has developed and delivers skills-building workshops on coping with anxiety, coping with depression, coping with emotions, coping with stress, mindful eating: food and mood, and mindfulness and resiliency.
Physical Therapy students can make an appointment by contacting Laurie at email@example.com or 416-978-1511. Appointments take place in Room 184 at 500 University Ave on Tuesdays from 12PM to 7PM (45 minute sessions).
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