Mental Health Screening
- Self-help literature and blogs on relevant mental health and social issues
- Special events such as alcohol awareness screenings and participation in wellness fairs and health workshops
- Meditation classes and indoor labyrinth for guided mindful walking
- Spiritual guidance services as needed
- Recommendations for qualified therapists and assistance agencies
- Consultations to help you find resources such as twelve-step groups, smoking cessation programs, weight loss meetings, HIV services and houses of worship.
Resources through the student portal and Student Counseling and Mental Health Center
What We Do
Confidential individual appointments with the licensed counselor.
Sessions for Two
Counseling sessions for spouses, significant others, housemates, friends, parents and children, etc. Especially helpful for conflict management in which counselor can act as a mediator.
Small Group Sessions
We can help you form your own group meetings of 3-8 people for discussion on a variety of topics.
- Support Groups - Grief, diversity, overload, homesickness, test anxiety
- Peer Learning Groups - Holiday stress, healthy dating habits, family problems, lifestyle stress, domestic tensions
- Training Groups - Learn how to develop interpersonal skills, redirect anger, think positively and manage conflict effectively.
October is Depression Awareness Month
Do a check up from the neck up - Free, Confidential, Helpful
Click here for more information: http://www.HelpYourselfHelpOthers.org
Where We Are
The Student Counseling and Mental Health Center is located in the Nolan Building, Ste 217A. You can call or stop by the center during regular office hours or call the after-hours urgency line. Visiting The Student Counseling and Mental Health Center will in no way jeopardize your academic standing. Any sessions or meeting you attend will not be recorded in a permanent academic file. You can schedule appointments and speak freely with the assurance of privacy on any matter that does not require disclosure by law.
How to Contact Us
When We're Open
Monday - Friday: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
* in case of a life-threatening emergency (including thoughts of hurting yourself or someone else), call: 911 or the Suicide Prevention Hotline 800-273-8255. Campus Public Safety may be reached at 502-431-8888.