Counselling Services

At NBCC, mental health and well-being are important and valued.  We understand that a healthy mind is essential for personal growth, academic success, and fulfillment. That’s why we provide comprehensive support and resources to our students.&

Through our dedicated counselling services, we strive to create a safe and inclusive environment where students can seek guidance, share their concerns, and develop effective coping strategies. Our Counsellors are here to listen, support, and help enhance your wellbeing.

Along with counselling support, Counselling Services offers workshops, wellness activities, and resources to promote mental health literacy and wellbeing.

Your NBCC Counsellors

NBCC Counsellors are available from Monday to Friday and offer flexible appointment scheduling options, including virtual and in-person meetings.

They help students overcome obstacles, develop coping strategies, enhance self-awareness, and make informed decisions. They also help promote mental health, emotional resilience, and academic success.

Renelle Girouard

Moncton Campus

Contact: Renelle.Girouard@nbcc.ca |

Janet Daigle

Moncton Campus

Contact:  Janet.Daigle@nbcc.ca |

Kim Cook

Miramichi Campus

Contact: Kimberley.Cook@nbcc.ca |

Caitlin Corkum

Saint John (Grandview Ave) Campus and supporting Students at Allied (Saint John) virtually

Contact: Caitlin.Corkum@nbcc.ca |

Mary Green

Fredericton Campus and supporting Students at St. Andrews campus virtually

Contact: Mary.Green@nbcc.ca |

Andrea Reid

Woodstock Campus

Contact: Andrea.Reid@nbcc.ca |

Justin Stoodley

Head of Counselling and Career Services

Contact: Justin.Stoodley@nbcc.ca

Counselling Resources and Support

Online Mental Health Support

  • myWellness provides immediate counselling support and resources for students experiencing mental health issues through virtual counselling, and tools that help with student-life and mental-health balance, available 24/7. Find more details on your .
  • Bridge the gapp is an online resource designed to support mental wellness. .

Peer Support

The provides a support network allowing students access to instant, virtual support at any time of day, for as long as needed. TalkCampus is based on peer support with students supporting students. Download the TalkCampus app to your iOS or Android device to access the free platform and create an account using your NBCC email address

Sexual Violence Resources and Support

NBCC students have access to Sexual Violence Support Advocates Hilary Swan and Megen Gaudet who, together, offer support to survivors of sexual violence. This goes beyond providing resources and allows survivors to develop a personal connection with someone and find a safe place to feel heard, believed, and validated while they work to explore options available to survivors.

For more information or to make a referral for yourself or someone else, please contact:

Phone: 506-453-4530
Email: csasa@svnb.ca

NBCC Policy:

Community Support

Crisis Support Information

If you find yourself in crisis, it's important to reach out for help and support as soon as possible. Here are some steps you can take:

  • Contact emergency services: If you are in immediate danger or experiencing a life-threatening situation, call the emergency services number: dial 911.
  • Notify campus security. If the crisis is related to safety or security on campus, contact your college's security department or local authorities.
  • Consider reaching out to helplines: If you need immediate emotional support, you can contact helplines such as suicide hotlines or crisis hotlines. These services are available 24/7 and offer trained professionals who can assist you through difficult times.