Personal Counseling

Individual Counseling is provided to help a person develop better coping strategies, resolve conflicts and handle crisis situations. Typical issues include:

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  • Depressed Mood
  • Relationship Concerns
  • Anxiety
  • Decision-Making
  • Family Problems
  • Divorce Adjustment
  • Intimacy

The Counseling Center uses a brief counseling model with a limit of 10 sessions/year per person. Individuals who require longer term therapy will be provided with referral sources.

To receive counseling services, you must complete the Intake Paperwork .  You can come by the Counseling Center to complete the paperwork or download/print the paperwork from the following link, complete and hand deliver the paperwork to the Counseling Center located in the Student Health Center, Suite 327.

 Couples Counseling

The Counseling Center provides services for couples desiring premarital, marital, or relationship counseling.

Couples Intake Paperwork (Each individual needs to fill out a form)

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Group Counseling

Group counseling is available to assist persons who share similar concerns. The size of a group is generally from 4-10 members. Groups that may be offered include:

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  • Assertiveness Training
  • Test Anxiety
  • Divorce Adjustment
  • Premarital
  • Stress Management
  • Bulimic Support
  • Incest Survivors
  • Personal Growth
  • Healthy Relationships

Outreach Programming

Presentations, workshops, and seminars are given as requested for classes, residence halls, groups, and organizations. Certain programs are planned in advance by counseling staff and are advertised each semester. Among the topics presented are:

  • Self-Esteem Enhancement
  • Depression
  • Mental Health Awareness
  • Grief Process
  • Relationship-Building
  • Stress Management
  • Preparing for Finals
  • Sexual Assault Prevention


The Counseling Center maintains an extensive list of referral resources available in this area and can provide suggestions for referral. Private practitioners, physicians, substance abuse treatment centers, and human service agencies are among some of the resources we can help to locate.