Individual counseling: We offer time-limited individual counseling. The number of sessions students receive varies according to your specific needs. Our staff can assist you with referrals if you need to connect with providers in the community for specialized services or long-term care. For first-time appointments, we offer same-day scheduling. Appointments can fill early, so please try to call when our phones open at 7:50 a.m. During the 2020-21 academic year, appointments are via Zoom PHI. Please call with questions.
More information is available at our Making the Initial Appointment page.
Group counseling: Group counseling is our long-term option. Two counselors will act as facilitators, and most groups have around 8-10 participants. We typically offer about 25 different groups each semester. During the 2020-21 academic year, appointments are via Zoom PHI. Please call with questions.
More information is available at our Group Counseling page.
Referrals to private therapy: For students who need longer-term individual therapy than what the Counseling Center offers, we can assist you in locating a therapist in the community who meets your needs.
Specialized assessments: We offer assessments for ADHD, eating disorders, and alcohol and other drug concerns. Please note that we are offering limited ADHD assessments during the 2020-21 academic year.
Outreach and Prevention Services
Psychoeducation Programming: We offer several psychoeducation offerings that teach students skills such as:
- Using mindfulness and acceptance to deal with uncomfortable emotions.
- Overcoming perfectionistic tendencies.
- Managing test anxiety.
- Making the most of the time they have.
- Improving focus.
More information can be found on our Outreach Series page.
Outreach on Request: We believe in partnering with students/faculty/staff on our campus to provide education about mental wellness and information about our services. More information can be found on our Request an Outreach page.
Trauma Response: The Counseling Center can provide trauma responses for groups on campus who are affected by traumatic incidents and/or psychological emergencies. Our Trauma Response Team page provides details about how to arrange an event.