I've suffered from so much stress and anxiety just because my college is unwilling to communicate and are hiring untrained/incompetent counsellors. Counsellors have ruined my life and my relationships at the college, and the college is not willing to resolve issues with me. I've clearly advised them of my disability and the required accommodations but they would not provide them appropriately, and when discussing this with counsellors, they were unable/unwilling to help. I was given all sorts of ridiculous advice such as "don't talk to the program manager about anything else other than timetables". And I was provoked with "I don't understand you", and "you are always like that", when I was feeling distressed about events at the college, and then I was misrepresented in derogatory ways such as "wanting to make a staff member feel guilty" and other similar things because I argued with the counsellor. Counsellors are rude and judgemental, don't care about my priorities or beliefs, instead were forcing their ideas onto me. The main counsellor and the "counselling manager" aren't even registered practitioners so I am not able to complain to any proper outside authorities. Counsellors also abuse their authority and discuss with staff behind my back about their "professional opinions" about me, and when I confronted them, they made up stories about me to the staff and "advised" the staff to not listen to me. The "counselling manager" decided to suspended me over a simple argument that could have been easily resolved by communication. I feel like this is more of her abusing authority and bullying me because I disagreed with her. No one listened to me despite requests to reception and the manager, and the staff continued to act upon the unprofessional counsellors' ideas. I've also been threatened with calls to police, hospitals, etc just because of asking for information to make a complaint about these counsellors. The staff are also particularly rude and will not answer inquiries, and is intentionally taking 30 days to provide the misconduct proceedings record just because the policy states "it can take up to 30 days". It's quite concerning that a record is still not yet available for something that happened over 2 months ago. I really wonder what is going on with this college. I would like to claim damages for the suffering they have caused. Does anyone have options on what I might be able to do and would I be able to sue the college or the counsellors for negligence? Thanks in advance!