Confidential, short-term individual counseling, up to twelve sessions per academic year, is available for various personal issues, including adjustment to university life; stress management; interpersonal relationships with friends, family, or peers; anxiety; depression; and eating disorders.
Support and Counseling Groups
Confidential support and counseling groups are offered for students affected by family alcoholism; rape or other sexual assault; grief due to the death of a loved one; family transitions resulting from parents’ separation, divorce and/or remarriage; gay, lesbian, or bisexual orientation; disordered eating; body image; and interpersonal relationship issues. Other groups can be initiated depending on the needs of students at any particular time. Groups tailored to specific objectives such as stress management, self-esteem, or assertiveness training are also provided.
Staff can assist in referring students to off-campus providers when requested.
For information or to schedule an appointment, call the University Counseling Center, 336.758.5273.