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Academic support

The individualized follow-up for school aims to offer assistance, preparation and ongoing support to people experiencing personal difficulties or psychological distress throughout their education. The services we offer help the students with their coping skills in order to succeed in their studies. There is no need to come in our facilities, your caseworker would meet with you in an environment of your choice such as school campus, Coffee shop etc.

The mental health services we offer are stress management, anxiety reduction techniques, improving academic skills, problem solving, building self-confidence and career development.

Students who receive mental health support increase their knowledge and skills in many topics related to school life, ranging from management of symptoms related to the mental health problem and learn how to deal with each dimensions of the life on a campus. What students need the most is help to apply the social, emotional and intellectual skills to meet the social requirements of the school environment.


For whom?

  • For people aged 16 and over;
  • For people living or at risk of experiencing personal difficulties or psychological distress that may influence their school path.



  • Need ways to manage stress and anxiety;
  • Having doubts or apprehensions after a moment of absence or returning to school;
  • Have relationship difficulties;
  • Need psychosocial support regarding their emotional, family, social, economic and cultural environment;
  • Develop strategies for a successful school path;
  • Learn to balance the different spheres of life in connection with school
  • Need help getting to know yourself better.

Our services

  • Individualized and adapted supervision;
  • Psychosocial and socio-professional follow-up for anyone pursuing or wishing to continue training in an educational institution;
  • Support throughout the educational journey, from the intention to return to studies until graduation, with availability during periods of interruption of studies;
  • Information on available programs and financial assistance;
  • Follow-up based on welcoming people in all their dimensions of life and support in their journey;
  • A follow-up adapted to the situation of the people and their choices to take their approach alone;
  • Help with managing symptoms related to mental health issues as part of a school path;
  • Working together with various professionals such as schools, local employment centers, youth employment centers, clinical teams, health network, housing and community resources, etc.