Counselling @ RSS

Your counsellors are here to help with

  • personal counselling
  • career counselling
  • school support

Information shared with your counsellor is confidential with a few exceptions.

***Covid-19 Update***

Dear Parents and Students

Change is hard and this new routine puts extra stress on all of us.  We are here to support you during this time of transition while we learn new ways of connecting and learning. Although it may be awhile before we see each other in person, we have technology in place to support you, answer questions and hold meetings by phone or virtually.  Let’s stay as connected as possible.

Below you will find links to mental health resources and information for grade 12 students.  We are also hoping to provide updates on course selection soon. 

If you would like to book an appointment to talk with us, please contact us through email or use the online booking link below.  

We are thinking about you.

~Erin Williams and Lissa Cancilla

New!  Book an Appointment Online

Book an Appointment: Ms. Williams (A-K) Book an Appointment: Ms. Cancilla (L-Z)

Students and parents can also contact us using our email addresses:

Erin Williams (A-K) –

Lissa Cancilla (L-Z) –


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External Links:

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Youth Mental Health Canada – YMHC
Mental Health Support for youth in Canada.

Need help right now? Counsellors are available to help you.

We help families across the province navigate the mental health system, listen and offer peer support, and connect them to resources and tools.

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As a nationwide, voluntary organization, the Canadian Mental Health Association promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. The CMHA accomplishes this mission through advocacy, education, research and service.


A website maintained by the Ministry of Education helping students and parents stop bullying in our schools and dealing with its effects.

Information about Substance Use and Addiction.

A website with a range of information for teens and parents.


Find resources related to mental health and substance use.


Find resources to help you understand and combat anxiety.