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Psychological support

Tired? Stressed? Sad? Troubled? Please feel free to consult the Student Services psychologists to get a better understanding of your problem and to overcome it.

Services provided by psychologists

Free and confidential services are available to students of HEC Montréal.

  • Psychological evaluation
  • Reference
  • Short-term psychological counselling

The purpose of the first meeting is to evaluate your needs and expectations.

Please note! The objective of the psychological assessments offered by the psychologists is not to provide exemptions from attending classes or taking an examination. If that is what you need, please see your family doctor or a doctor at an emergency clinic.

Concerned about a situation?

Contact us by email or by phoning 514-340-6166. Specify that you’re facing an urgent situation.

Outside of HEC business hours, contact Security Service at 514-340-6611.

Immediate assistance and other aid resources

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Emergency situations

 

Suicide-action Montréal

24/7 crisis line for people thinking of suicide, for those worried about someone at risk or those who have lost a loved one to suicide.

Montreal area: 514-723-4000
Toll free: 1-866-APPELLE (1-866-277-3553)

 

Tracom Crisis Center

Telephonic or on-site crisis services, post-crisis support, short-term accommodation.

Montreal area: 514-483-3033

 

Your local hospital’s emergency department

To locate your nearest hospital, call Info-Santé by dialing 811.

 

HEC Montréal Security

Dial 514-340-6611

 

Emergency Services

Dial 911.

When calling 911 from School premises, always inform HEC Montréal Security.

 

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Help lines

Suicide-Action Montréal

24/7 crisis line for people thinking of suicide, for those worried about someone at risk or those who have lost a loved one to suicide.

Montreal area: 514-723-4000
Toll free: 1-866-APPELLE (1-866-277-3553)

  

Tel Aide

24-hour crisis help line for anyone facing personal difficulties.
Montreal area: 514-935-1101

 

Drugs - Help and Referral

Confidential telephone service offering information, support and referrals to individuals dealing with alcohol and drug problems and to their relatives and peers.

Montreal area: 514-527-2626
Toll free: 1-800-265-2626
24/7

 

Écoute entraide

Free and confidential telephone help line and support groups for anyone experiencing emotional or psychological difficulties.

Montreal area: 514-278-2130
Toll free: 1-844-294-2130
7 days a week, from 8:00 a.m. to midnight

    

Interligne

Telephone help line for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals.

Montreal area: 514-866-0103
Toll free: 1-888-505-1010
24/7

    

Gambling: Help and Referral

Confidential telephone service offering information, support and referrals to individuals dealing with gambling problems and to their relatives and peers.

Montreal area: 514-527-0140
Toll free: 1-800-461-0140

    

Ligne Parents

Confidential telephone help line managed by professionals for parents of children aged 0 to 20 years: support for problem solving, answering questions, crisis assistance.

Everywhere in Quebec: 1-800-361-5085

  

Multi-écoute (multilingual)

Psychosocial support, listening and referral services focusing on the immigrant community.

Montreal area: 514-737-3604
Monday to Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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Resources for victims of violence

Montréal’s Crime Victims Assistance Centre (CAVAC)

CAVACs offer front-line services that are free of charge and confidential: post-trauma and psycho-socio-judicial intervention, information on rights and remedies, technical assistance, accompaniment, referrals to specialized services.

Anywhere in Quebec: 1-866-LE-CAVAC (1-866-532-2822)

  

S.O.S. Violence conjugale (in French only)

24-hour hot line offering welcome, assessment, information and referral services.

Montreal area: 514-873-9010
Other areas: 1-800-363-9010
Free or low-cost consultation resources

 

Harassment in the work and study environment – HEC Montréal

Policy to ensure a work and study environment free from all forms of harassment

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Resources for victims of sexual assault

Harassment and sexual violence - HEC Montréal

Listening, counselling, support, assistance, confidentiality. For all members of the HEC Montréal community.

Visit harcelement.hec.ca

Policy to Prevent and Fight Sexual Violence within the Whole of the HEC Montréal Community

 

Bureau d’intervention en matière de harcèlement of the Université de Montréal

The BIMH is there for all members of the HEC Montréal community and the Université de Montréal. Its role is intervention and prevention. You can use its services with complete confidence and confidentiality.

 

The Montréal Sexual Assault Centre (MSAC)

The Montréal Sexual Assault Centre offers several services free of charge to anyone who has been a victim of sexual assault, sexual abuse or incest and to their family and close friends.

Montréal area: 514-934-4504
Other areas: 1-888-933-9007
7 days a week, from 8:00 a.m. to midnight

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Free or low-cost consultation resources

University Psychology Clinics

Evaluation, therapy and consultation services offered at a discount by doctoral interns in psychology, usually from September to April. There may be a waiting list of several months or more.

Montreal area: 514-343-7725

Montreal area: 514-987-0253

Montreal area: 514-848-2424, ext. 7550

 

CLSC (Local Community Service Centres)

To access psychological and psychosocial services in the public health network.

Get the address of your neighbourhood CLSC

Centre St-Pierre

Centre for community education, support and social intervention.

Montreal area: 514-524-3561

 

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Workshop

KORSA stress management workshop

Korsa workshops are designed to help students successfully complete their academic journey, while maintaining a good quality of life.

  • Five free group workshops, each lasting two and a half hours.

Time out workshops

Discover a simple and effective meditation method that will help you deal with everyday stress. This group activity allows you to experiment with different exercises to better enjoy the present moment.

  • Groups of up to 20 students, moderated by professionals (psychologists, nutritionists and physiotherapists) from Université de Montréal, HEC Montréal or École Polytechnique Montréal.

Check the schedule on the Université de Montréal website

Contact us

Psychological support

Decelles building
Office 5.120

514-340-6166
sae.soutien@hec.ca

The department is open from Monday to Thursday, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


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