Peter A Allard School of Law

Student Wellbeing

Peter A. Allard Faculty of Law has a full-time, in-house Student Wellbeing Counsellor. They are here to support students' wellbeing needs by creating a confidential, inclusive, and empathic environment where students are always welcome to come in for counselling sessions. The Student Wellbeing Counsellor offers short-term counselling, triage support, individualized wellbeing plans, and referrals/bridging to external resources. The Student Wellbeing Counsellor works collaboratively with staff/faculty and students to develop and facilitate wellbeing programming at Allard.

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book an appointment

Book an Appointment

Law students can access counselling services by booking at appointment with Student Wellbeing Counsellor at Allard or UBC Central Counselling Services at Brock Hall. Click here to learn more about this process.

Worried about yourself or a friend

Worried about yourself or a friend?

Mental health challenges are on a continuum and there can be moments of distress. Click here for resources to support yourself or a friend through crisis.

Wellbeing Blog

Wellbeing Blog

The wellbeing blog is a space where the Student Wellbeing Counsellor and Law Students create evidence-based articles to help improve law student mental health.

Allard Wellbeing Toolkit

Allard Wellbeing Toolkit

A step towards breaking down mental health stigma is providing more education. A toolkit created by the Student Wellbeing Team that outlines the Allard Wellbeing Program, resources at UBC, and information on specific mental health challenges in the legal field. It also includes resource sheets to help students with developing goals and coping skills throughout law school.

Integrating IQ - EQ Workbook

Integrating IQ + EQ Workbook

A workbook created by the Student Wellbeing Team that defines the benefits of integrating both IQ and EQ. Allowing students to test their Emotional Intelligence and select tools that can help them improve their EQ.



Resources students can access at Allard Hall, UBC, and in the community to improve their overall wellbeing while a law student.

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