Student Life
水果派AV解说 - Toronto Campus
水果派AV解说 - Toronto鈥檚 four-acre campus includes an onsite residence, a 248-seat lecture theatre, a well-equipped library, a fitness facility,a healthy-foods cafeteria, a bookstore/dispensary, as well as the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic. The campus鈥 convenient location, near the subway, shops and restaurants, makes it easy to enjoy what Toronto has to offer.
水果派AV解说 - Boucher Campus
The 水果派AV解说 - Boucher Campus is located steps from the Columbia Skytrain station, with downtown Vancouver only a 30-minute ride away. Given British Columbia鈥檚 natural beauty, there are no shortage of activities to enjoy such as skiing, hiking, mountain biking trails etc. The Fraser River is minutes from the school, with a beautiful boardwalk extending a few miles through New Westminster.
Meet your Manager, Student Life!
Desil Manapat manages and develops all aspects of 水果派AV解说 student life and works with the student leadership at both campuses to encourage engagement and ensure the student voice is heard.
Desil has a master鈥檚 degree in speech communication, a bachelor鈥檚 degree in English, and a diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). Prior to being Manager, Student Life at 水果派AV解说, she was an ESL teacher for university and adult international students at a downtown Vancouver school. Desil worked as Head, Office of Student Development, and Faculty Member, Communication Arts Program, at a university in Asia, and was a technical writer/editor of the Marketing Communications Division at a multinational company that provides consulting and professional services.
Mental Health Support
水果派AV解说 has developed and implemented the following resources and supports to help build resilience, navigate life and academic demands, and enable personal and professional growth.
水果派AV解说 - Toronto Campus Community Resources
Counselling Services
Short-term counselling services are available at the College by appointment on Mondays, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (in-person), Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. (virtual) and Fridays, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. (virtual). Click to schedule an appointment with Johnathan Palmer, RSW, MSW.
Common concerns explored in one-on-one counselling:
  • General stress, adjustment and anxiety
  • School-life balance
  • Emotion regulation and resilience building
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Difficulties in concentrating or focusing
  • Bereavement/grieving
Thrive
Thrive 水果派AV解说鈥檚 mission is to facilitate, host and inspire opportunities for people to think about, talk about, and practise skills that will support optimal health, resiliency and a shared sense of community at 水果派AV解说.
Thrive 水果派AV解说 welcomes 水果派AV解说 students, staff and faculty to join in the conversation to support one another. If you鈥檙e interested in partnering with Thrive, contact thrive@ccnm.edu.
Stay tuned for upcoming events on #颁颁狈惭鈥檚 social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @myccnm
STUDENTCARE
As a student enrolled in the student health care plan, you are eligible to receive partial coverage for mental health services delivered by a registered psychologist. Please review your .
Crisis response services (talk to someone right now):
  • Mental Health Helpline (Ontario) 1 (866) 531-2600
  • Distress Centre of Toronto (416) 408-4357
  • Good 2 Talk Student Helpline 1 (866) 925-5454
水果派AV解说 - Boucher Campus Community Resources
Counselling Services
Short-term counselling services are available at the College by appointment on Mondays, 11 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. (virtual), Tuesdays, 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. (in-person) and Wednesdays, 11 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. (virtual). to schedule an appointment with Virginia Dreier, RCC.
Common concerns explored in one-on-one counselling:
  • General stress (COVID STRESS)
  • School-life balance
  • Life transitions (ND school to ND career)
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Relationship difficulties (family relationships, romantic relationship, peer relationships)
  • Maladaptive/harmful coping behaviours
  • Bereavement/grieving
  • Sexuality and gender issues (LGBTQ+)
  • Emotions related to shame, fear, guilt, sadness, hurt, worthlessness, and neediness
STUDENTCARE
As a student enrolled in the student health care plan, you are eligible to receive partial coverage for mental health services delivered by a registered psychologist. Please review your .
Thrive
Thrive 水果派AV解说鈥檚 mission is to facilitate, host and inspire opportunities for people to think about, talk about, and practise skills that will support optimal health, resiliency and a shared sense of community at 水果派AV解说.
Thrive 水果派AV解说 welcomes 水果派AV解说 students, staff and faculty to join in the conversation to support one another. If you鈥檙e interested in partnering with Thrive, contact thrive@ccnm.edu.
Stay tuned for upcoming events on #颁颁狈惭鈥檚 social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @myccnm
Boucher Naturopathic Students Association (BNSA) Buddy Program
To help new students feel welcome and support their integration into the community, the BNSA organizes the Buddy Program, which pairs first-year students with upper-year students for coaching and mentorship.
Naturopathic Students鈥 Association (NSA)
The Naturopathic Students鈥 Association (NSA) is a strong voice for 水果派AV解说 students and fosters a sense of community among students, faculty and administration. A student health plan is provided through the NSA.
Each year eight executive members are elected to the Naturopathic Students鈥 Association from the student body to represent the interests of the students in all aspects pertaining to their education, clinical experiences and everyday life as a future naturopathic doctor.

Naturopathic Students' Association logo

Naturopathic Medical Student Association (NMSA)
Students can also get involved with the Naturopathic Medical Student Association (NMSA), a non-profit that represents naturopathic medical students across North America with chapters at both campuses. The NMSA offers leadership and professional development opportunities for students.

Naturopathic Medical Student Association logo

The Boucher Naturopathic Students鈥 Association (BNSA)
The Boucher Naturopathic Students鈥 Association (BNSA) is a registered society which is governed by the Society Act of British Columbia. The BNSA acts as the voice of the student body at the 水果派AV解说 - Boucher Campus. All students are members.
BNSA Council Meetings are held once a month in the boardroom. All BNSA positions are up for election every spring at the BNSA Annual General Meeting.
The BNSA organizes a number of student initiatives and events, organizes informational speaker series, manages campus clubs, and actively recruits and encourages 水果派AV解说 - Boucher Campus students to get involved with student life on campus.

Last updated: April 5, 2024