Solidarity Statement in Support of Anti-Racism

We express our opposition to racism and reaffirm our commitment to anti-racism as a core value. We condemn the systemic racist violence and police brutality against Black, Indigenous, and other racialized peoples in Canada and abroad. Racism has no place in our society, and we have a responsibility not only to condemn discriminatory behaviour, but also to take action to support inclusion for all. We recognize that statements of support for anti-racism alone are insufficient and must be accompanied by ongoing and concrete actions.

November 2021

WAITLIST FOR EVENING APPOINTMENTS IS 6+WEEKS

WAITLIST FOR DAYTIME APPOINTMENTS IS 5+ WEEKS

Christmas Break:  The Centre will be closed for appointments from December 17th through to January 4th.

 

September 2021

The CFT Centre is currently continuing to see clients virtually.

CFTC client Intake is open. To be eligible for services in this new environment you will require the following:

  • Internet access sufficient to video conference.
  • Suitable privacy in your environment.
  • Must be physically in Ontario while virtually attending sessions.
  • Have an email account other than one supplied by the university (e.g., @gmail.com, @hotmail.com, etc.).

If you meet the requirements and would like to receive virtual therapy services, or have questions about electronic practice, please email the Interim Client Services Coordinator, Amanda Buda at cftc@uoguelph.ca.

As we anticipate a high demand for our services, we will do our best to contact you in a timely manner. We thank you for your continued understanding as we continue to adapt to life in a pandemic and a new method of service delivery for our clinical training program.


We strongly encourage that you draw on your internal resources and seek the support of friends, family and neighbours. Many community services are beginning to offer services in a variety of formats. Services such as Here 24/7, Bigwhitewall.com and Kids Help Phone continue to be available. In an emergency or life-threatening situation, contact your family doctor, call 911 or go to the emergency room of the nearest hospital.

Email and voice mails continue to be monitored.

Stay safe and be kind.