School Counselling

If you reach this page, AFTER SCHOOL HOURS and you are struggling with how you are feeling, please reach out to a 24/7 crisis intervention service listed below.


1-800-353-CARE (2273) Available 24/7/365
Online chat is available from Noon to 1 AM

Indigenous Supports:
IMMEDIATE Help: Kuu-us Crisis Response Services: toll-free 1-800-588-8717, provides 24/7
culturally-aware crisis support to Indigenous people in B.C.

Hope for Wellness Help Line: toll-free 1-855-242-3310,
Offers 24/7 counselling and crisis intervention by phone or online chat.

Available in French, English, Cree, Ojibway, and Inuktitut.
Metis Crisis Line: 1-833-638-4722, provides 24/7 mental health support, including crisis intervention and access to crisis programs.


School counsellors are available to students and families. If you need support or have questions, please use the link below to arrange an appointment. Our offices are too small for personal meetings but we can arrange for a larger space to meet with a student, or we can speak over the phone. We can also arrange a time for your counsellor to call you through ZOOM if you wish to have a video chat. Students may wish to put the ZOOM app on their phone for easy access to a video chat.

Effective August 28 2023

CLICK here to CONNECT with our school counsellors…  
CONFIDENTIALITY!  What Does It Mean for Clarence Fulton school counsellors?

Confidentiality is keeping discussions and information private between the school counsellor and the student.

Confidentiality is taken very seriously at Clarence Fulton.  If you have concerns about confidentiality please discuss them immediately with the school counsellor.

Confidentiality will be maintained at all times except for the following four exceptions:

    • The student is at imminent risk of hurting themself.
    • The student is going to hurt someone else.
    • The student has been hurt by someone else
    • when required for court proceedings

If any of the above situations arise the counsellor will discuss the options available to the student in regards to staying safe. Your school counsellor will always tell you if confidentiality cannot be maintained.

Parents:  How Can We Work Together?

We can act as a resource or conduit for the following types of information:

  • course planning, which includes grad requirements and post-secondary options
  • adolescent development
  • tutor information
  • support family in times of crisis
  • help plan develop a behaviour program
  • liaise with other community personnel such as a family physician
  • share information such as health issues or learning needs with staff as needed and with your permission
  • referrals to community agencies
We look forward to working with all parents and guardians in any way possible to help all of our students have the most positive high school experience possible


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