The Office of Counseling Services delivers a broad range of mental health services to the University community which include the following:
- Individual counseling
- Group therapy
- Psycho-educational workshops
- Referral to community resources
- Substance use education / Evaluation
- Referral to our Staff Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner for medication evaluation
- 24-hour crisis response
- Faculty/Staff consultation
Counseling Services Staff are committed to helping you get the most out of your college experience by offering individual counseling in which you can explore, in a confidential setting, concerns including:
- Traumatic experiences
- Sexuality issues
- Substance abuse concerns
- Grief and loss
- Eating disorders
- Relationship difficulties
- Stress and time management
- Difficulties with adjustment to college life
We also offer confidential triage screenings which will help us determine your needs and how we can best offer assistance. Following a triage screening with one of our counselors, a follow-up appointment may be recommended and a treatment plan that best meets your needs will be discussed.
As a client of the Office of Counseling Services, you have a right to confidentiality. Click here to learn more.
A referral to another agency or person may be recommended and facilitated by Counseling Services to ensure that your needs are met. We also may make a referral to our Staff Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner for a medication consultation and evaluation to help address your symptoms. Clients are responsible for fees when referred to off-campus resources.
Licensed Professional Counselors adhere to the American Counseling Association’s Code of Ethics. You may view a link to this code below: