Personal One-on-One Counseling – provides a private space to talk one-on-one with a trained clinician about any feelings or issues that have come up for you (e.g. feeling stuck, sad, angry, anxious, etc.), concerns about the way you relate to/interact with others, or any other topics that are concerning you.
Long-Term Counseling – ongoing individual counseling that typically occurs once or twice per week for an indefinite period of time.
Short-Term – student may decide that they only need a few sessions to explore pressing issues.
Single Session – one session to explore relevant topics, get off campus referrals, etc.
Support Groups – led by trained clinicians and offer an opportunity to receive support/feedback from peers. Groups can be general or focused on specific topics/issues.
Outreach Events – trained clinicians present information that is relevant to a variety of mental health topics in various formats (e.g. presentations, workshops, tabling, etc.)
Consultations – this service can be used if you have concerns about someone else and wish to consult with a clinician about how to effectively manage the situation. Consultations can be accessed in person or via telephone/video.
Self-Help Resources – the CWC maintains a library of resources that includes hard copy and virtual resources. These resources provide information on relevant topics and discuss strategies for managing a wide variety of issues.
Here are some Frequently Asked Questions about Counseling that may also be helpful to you.
– Please do not come for in-person in counseling if you have symptoms of coronavirus or another communicable illness. Symptoms of COVID-19 include but are not limited to fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea. Please refer to the Center for Disease Control’s COVID-19 website for more information on symptoms of COVID-19 that necessitate that you stay home. If a Counseling Center staff member detects potential symptoms of a communicable disease, you will be directed to leave the Center. You may be able to participate in teletherapy instead of in-person services.
– If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 10 days, are unvaccinated and have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days, or if you have any symptoms of COVID-19, stay home.
– If you are not eligible to participate in in-person services at some point due to apparent or known illness, you can speak with your Counselor about participating in a teletherapy session at your normally scheduled appointment time.