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COVID-19 update

Due to the physical distancing safety measures we are taking to keep each other safe, in-person Career Planning workshops have been suspended.  Coming soon, a series of free, brief videos will be available for all to use as Student Development and Counselling transitions all relevant information online.  We will then follow up with interactive webinars for those who have reviewed the information.

Please check sait.ca/covid19 for the most up to date information. 

Connect with counselling to:

  • acquire new skills to enhance academic performance
  • learn practical tools to overcome life challenges
  • develop strategies to support a healthy lifestyle
  • get support if you’re feeling overwhelmed, in crisis or just need to talk

Drop in for a quick chat or call to book an appointment.

Student Development and Counselling
403.284.7023
AA205, Heritage Hall
Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 4:15 pm
Evening appointments available Thursdays, October through May

Why counselling?

Get expert support to build resilience and develop skills for performing under pressure, staying motivated and more.

Plus, talking things out with a counsellor can help you address a wide range of concerns — anxiety, depression, communication issues, grief, relationship difficulties and program fit.

Counselling services are free for current SAIT students. Your visit is completely confidential.

Discrimination and harassment hotline

You have the right to study in an environment free from harassment and discrimination. If you feel you have experienced discrimination or harassment, call the hotline at 403.210.4406 for confidential support and advocacy. You can also talk to a counsellor or connect with support at the Lamb Learner Success Centre.  

 

Student talking with a counsellor.

Your academic achievements and future career goals are an important part of your education at SAIT, and those demands can sometimes be overwhelming and interfere with your success. 

How counselling can support educational success

Our counsellors are here to help with common educational challenges that students face, such as motivation, attention, test anxiety or group work.

They can also help you develop skills for staying calm when performing under pressure such as presentations, practical exams, etc. Please call or come in to see a counsellor. 

Contact Student Development and Counselling

403.284.7023
AA205, Heritage Hall

Hours of operation

Days Times
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:15 pm
Saturday and Sunday Closed
Thursday evening appointments available from October to May

 

Student sitting with an educator talking and learning.

Ensuring your career goals and the program you have chosen to take at SAIT are a match is important.

How counselling can support career or program decision making

Our counsellors have tools and resources that assist you in identifying career options that best fit your interests and skills. Be sure to come see us if you are not sure of your program choice or career direction.

If you have questions or concerns about your current or prospective career path, please book a one-on-one appointment with a professional counsellor.

Contact Student Development and Counselling

403.284.7023
AA205, Heritage Hall

Hours of operation

Days Times
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:15 pm
Saturday and Sunday Closed
Thursday evening appointments available from October to May
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