TranQool online therapy helped U of G students during tragic year

Posted on June 22nd, 2017

When repeated tragedies related to mental health struck the University of Guelph during the academic year just passed, TranQool was there to help.

An online counselling service dedicated to cognitive behavioural therapy, the company provides one-on-one therapeutic encounters between those experiencing mental health distress and those who can help them. The therapy is provided online through video sessions.

Earlier this year the company donated 45 free counselling sessions to University of Guelph students, primarily to those who were on a waiting list for counselling services.

The company also pledged to match dollars raised in a GoFundMe campaign that was dedicated to providing that free counselling to those who needed it.

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