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Create Date:2008-09-08
Update Date:2008-09-08
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Personal/Individual Counseling

Personal Counseling

  Counseling, most simply stated, is an interaction between a person who is "stuck" in some way and in need of help, and another person who is trained in helping people get "unstuck." The Counseling Center provides a safe place to talk with a professional about concerns or problems, no matter how minor or serious, which might interfere with personal growth and academic achievement. 

  At the center, we refer to the process in which a student (who is the client) meets one-on-one with a staff member to discuss his or her concerns or developmental goals as counseling or therapy. 

  Personal counseling is provided to individuals or couples to help students with a wide variety of problems including but not limited anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and substance abuse.

  Your counselor will be able to provide a supportive place to talk about your thoughts, to express your feelings, to develop solutions, and to make changes.

Common Issues that will make you com to accept Counseling:

  • Coping with stress
  • Improving mood and overcoming depression
  • Enhancing self-esteem
  • Managing anxiety
  • Surviving grief and loss
  • Adjusting to college
  • Improving relationships with partners
  • Dealing with emotional trauma (e.g. abuse, assault)
  • Understanding sexual orientation and identity
  • Coping with family and childhood issues
  • Ending substance abuse



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