Career Counselling and Wellbeing Services


NBCC recognizes that our students are managing academic, financial, career and family challenges amid the current global situation. Our career counselling and wellbeing services provide a multi-faceted stepped care approach, offering students options to receive support in a variety of ways. From individual counselling sessions by phone, text or video chat, to self-directed online resources and NBCC’s Mental Wellbeing App, students have choices to take charge of improving their directions and wellbeing. Our Career & Wellbeing Counsellors will provide short-term counselling and link you to appropriate supports and services. Reach out today – we look forward to working with you!

What’s Next? Career Counselling Services for All

Especially now, it is easy to feel confused when it comes to determining the right career path for you. If you are…

  • Unsure what your next step is
  • Looking for a career change
  • Unsure if you are in the right program
  • A newcomer to New Brunswick
  • Uncertain how to complete a program you started previously
  • Living in a rural or remote area and wondering what your options are
  • The first in your family to go beyond high school

…we are here to help any New Brunswickers gain skills and confidence to navigate their career path.


Career & Wellbeing Counsellors

CURRENT STUDENTS: Click here to schedule a call, email or video appointment for career or wellbeing counselling (you will be asked to provide your student number). Or contact your CWC directly:

CampusCounsellorContact
FrederictonKevin Culberson(506) 444-3495 | kevin.culberson@nbcc.ca
MiramichiJoanne Plaxton(506) 778-6008 | joanne.plaxton@nbcc.ca
MonctonJanet Daigle
Renelle Girouard
(506) 856-2222 | janet.daigle@nbcc.ca
(506) 856-2742 | renelle.girouard@nbcc.ca
Saint JohnKris Trotter
Lee Murphy-Nobbs
Rebecca Crouchman
(506) 658-6789 | kris.trotter@nbcc.ca
(506) 643-7522 | lee.murphy-nobbs@nbcc.ca
(506) 658-6788 | rebecca.crouchman@nbcc.ca
St. AndrewsJaclyn Muir(506) 529-5697 | jaclyn.muir@nbcc.ca
WoodstockBrandi Cowper(506) 325-4368| brandi.cowper@nbcc.ca
(
506) 323-8385 (cell)

Mindwell U
Mindfulness has been shown to significantly reduce feelings of fear and anxiety, increase resilience and improve well-being, performance and optimism. This easy to navigate, bilingual on-line resource is dedicated to teaching the skill of mindfulness in action. Sign up for the MINDFULNESS CHALLENGE today at app.mindwellu.com/newbrunswick

keep.me.SAFE Program
Students can access telephone and chat support, as well as a number of self-help resources. Download the my SSP app or call 1 844 451 9700. View more information.


Wellbeing App

NBCC developed a mental wellbeing app that connects students to trusted information about mental health and wellbeing. This app provides access to resources available through NBCC and in your community; as well as other online tools for healthy practice.