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Outline of Services


The Counseling Center psychological services have been specifically designed to address the developmental tasks faced by college-aged students. These tasks include developing an integrated sense of self, forging respectful and enduring relationships with other people, forming a realistic sense of personal and intellectual strengths and limitations, and discovering individual meaning and purpose of life.

Students come to the Counseling Center for individual psychotherapy to discuss a wide range of concerns and issues including:

  • Anxiety 
  • Depression
  • Excessive Worry
  • Family Problems
  • Homesickness
  • Lack of Motivation
  • Lack of Self Confidence
  • Loss of a Loved One
  • Meaning and Purpose in Life 
  • Disordered Eating Patterns
  • Relationship Issues
  • Relationship Violence/Assault
  • Roommate Problems
  • Identity Development
  • Issues of Bias and Discrimination
  • Substance Use
  • Suicidal Thoughts 


In addition to individual psychotherapy, the Counseling Center offers outreach programming on topics relevant to the psychological development of students. Recent offerings include:

  • How to Recognize Students in Distress
  • How to Refer to the Counseling Center 
  • National Screening Days (Depression and Eating Disorder Awareness) 
  • Training for Student Leaders, Faculty Members and Staff Members
  • QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) - related to suicide prevention 
  • Stress Reduction 
  • Supporting Student Advocates
  • Self-Care