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Your Health & Dental Plan includes innovative and convenient mental health resources that are there for you no matter what you're feeling.

Online psychology
On-campus resources
Other mental health resources

Meet a psychologist
From the comfort of your home.

We’re partnering up with PsyVitalitï to bring you something we’re really excited about: Online Psychology. Forget the stress of waiting in line at a clinic. Talk to a licensed psychologist without even leaving your own home! Take advantage of this affordable new service in combination with your Plan's coverage and start feeling better now. Learn more about PsyVitalitï

What is online psychology

Are you feeling stressed, anxious, depressed, distracted, insecure, lonely?

If your answer includes any of these feelings, know that a helping hand is only a few clicks away through the Studentcare Psychology Network, which offers you a new way to access mental health treatment — via online video conferencing from the comfort of your own home. Play this one minute video to learn more.

Features & advantages


Talk to someone from the privacy and comfort of your own home.


Avoid crowded clinics and long commutes.


It only takes a few clicks.


Connect with a service agent within minutes.


Top-of-the-line video-conferencing technology ensures your conversations are confidential.

How it works
Four easy steps


Call 1 844 337-2473 ext.0 to be connected to a PsyVitalitï coordinator.


Work with the PsyVitalitï coordinator to make an appointment that fits with your schedule.


Install PsyVitalitï’s free video-conferencing software onto the device that you will be using for your appointment (any laptop, computer, phone, or tablet that has a webcam).


Ensure that your high-speed Internet connection is working.

Get started

Know your plan

Find out about your Health & Dental Plan coverage and special offers from the Studentcare Networks.

Assess yourself

Take the first step toward self assessment with Mind Check.

Try mind check

Schedule a session

Ready to try Online Psychology with PsyVitalitï?

Book an appointment

Looking for other mental health resources?

Have a look at other mental health resources provided by Studentcare or check out the list of on-campus mental health resources


McGill University

Mental Health Services

Concordia University

Mental Health Services

Bishop's University

Counselling Office


Queen's University

Counselling Services

McMaster University

Student Wellness Centre

University of Toronto

Health and Wellness Centre

University of Waterloo

Counselling Services

Sheridan College

Counselling Services

Wilfrid Laurier University

Mental Health and Counselling Services

Sault College

Counselling Services

Mohawk College

Counselling Services

OCAD University

Health and Wellness Centre

Western University

Mental Wellbeing

Carleton University

Health and Counselling Services

Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College

Be Safe Resource Centre

Conestoga College

Counselling Services


University of Saskatchewan

Counselling Services

University of Regina

Counselling Services


University of Manitoba

Student Counselling Centre


University of Alberta

Counselling and Clinical Services

Alberta College of Art & Design

Counselling Services

University of Calgary

Wellness Centre

British Columbia

University of the Fraser Valley

Counselling Services

University of Northern British Columbia

Counselling Services

Simon Fraser University

Health & Counselling Services

University of Victoria

Counselling Services

Royal Roads University

Counselling Services

Capilano University

Counselling Services

College of the Rockies

Counselling Services

Looking for other mental health resources?

Have a look at other mental health resources provided by Studentcare or discover Online Psychology.

Studentcare Mental Health Resources

Mind Check

Take the first step towards self assessment is an online resource that provides confidential quizzes designed to help you assess where your feelings fall on the mental health spectrum. Primarily targeted towards students who are struggling with anxiety, stress, alcohol or drug use, and body image or eating disorders, Mindcheck also provides self-care tips, educational tools, links, stories, and connections to local mental health professionals that can help.

Please note: Mindcheck is a provincial health resource of British Columbia. Through Studentcare’s support, Mindcheck’s web-based resources are being made available to students from other provinces. While only students based in BC will find the links to local professional resources applicable, your campus Health & Counselling Services is an excellent resource for accessing resources in your area.
Good for
  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Alcohol / drug abuse
  • Body Image Issues
  • Eating Disorders
  • Friends and Family of
    Mentally Distressed Persons
What's offered
  • Self-Care Tips
  • Educational Tools
  • Facts and Articles
  • Links to Further Resources
  • Personal Stories
  • Self-Assessment Quizzes
Other features
  • Free
  • 24/7
  • Confidential
  • Student and youth-oriented

Good 2 Talk

There for you whenever you need to talk.

Good2Talk is Ontario’s toll-free, bilingual, confidential and anonymous, post-secondary student helpline. Students struggling with mental health problems such as anxiety, depression, substance abuse, addictions, suicidal ideation, academic stress, family problems, financial concerns, loneliness, and more may consult with professional cousellors over the phone from anywhere in Ontario.

2-1-1 to talk now

Good for
  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Substance Abuse
  • Addictions
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Academic Stress
  • Family Problems
  • Financial Problems
  • Loneliness
What's offered
  • Help line
Other features
  • Free
  • Anonymous
  • Confidential
  • Bilingual
  • Post-Secondary Student-oriented
  • Ontario-based
  • Operated by trained professional

The Jed Foundation


The Jed Foundation operates a 24-hour, anonymous suicide prevention helpline, which is available to all post-secondary students in Canada and the United States. Jed is a non-profit organization and the helpline is only one of its many student-oriented mental health initiatives.

Need help now? Call 1-800-273-TALK. Find more suicide prevention resources through their online portal at:

Good for
  • Severe Mental Distress
  • Suicidal Ideation
What's offered
  • Helpline
  • Links to Further Resources
Other features
  • Free
  • 24/7
  • Anonymous
  • Post-Secondary Student-oriented

Looking for other mental health resources?

Check out the list of on-campus mental health resources or discover Online Psychology

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You can reach the Member Services Centre from Mon. - Fri. from 9 am to 5 pm.

Phone: 1 877 730-3733


It is quick and easy to book an Online Psychology appointment PsyVitalitï. Call us from Mon. - Fri. from 9 am to 5 pm.

Phone: 1 844 337-2473 ext.0