The Career Center offers psychological counseling to currently enrolled students to help them overcome challenges so that they can succeed in their academic and life goals/development. Our services include short-term counseling for individuals, couples, group counseling, and crisis intervention. In addition, we provide referrals to community resources and offer psychological workshops to classes and organizations on campus.
Students who seek psychological counseling are often struggling with problems such as anxiety, depression, relationship issues, family problems, loss or grief, sexuality, social problems, lack of motivation or life transition issues.
Counseling assistance is offered by licensed psychologists or advanced doctoral psychology interns in our office as well as in the Student Health & Psychological Services department.
- Counseling Services - A description of individual, group and psychiatric services offered in the Career Center and Student Health & Psychological Services
- Counseling Groups - Support groups offered in the coming year
- Crisis Assistance - How students can be seen for psychological crisis and emergencies
- Workshops and Presentations - Outreach workshops & presentations for classrooms and groups
- Special Events - Upcoming events presented by the psychological staff
- Faculty and Staff Consultations - Information for faculty and staff if they need help or a consultation for dealing with a student who may be in distress
- Self-Help Information - Links to sites with helpful psychological resources