Counseling services works with students experiencing a wide variety of personal concerns, developmental issues, and relationship conflicts in a confidential and welcoming atmosphere.
Counseling Services is open from 8:30-4:30, weekdays. Urgent Walk-In Hour is 1-2, daily. See Emergency and After Hour Options for additional information.
Common Reasons for Visiting Counseling Services
Anxiety and stress
Loneliness and isolation
Gender Identity concerns
Sexual Orientation concerns
Group Counseling -Benefits of Group Counseling include: receiving support, feedback and encouragement from others; decreased feelings of loneliness; practice social skills; learn coping skills to help manage strong emotions; increased understanding of self and others, in a safe confidential atmosphere..
Consultative Resource - Counselors are available to speak with students, faculty, professional staff and parents regarding concerns about a student. Please be aware, under HIPAA privacy laws, Counselors are unable to share specific information about a given student, without their signed consent.
Referrals - If a student presents with concerns that are beyond the scope of care the SWC offers, every attempt will be made to connect the student with appropriate community resources.