Counseling Services

Counseling Services Staff:
Picture of Counseling Services Staff 2014-2015

Back row: Lindsey, Jamie, Jovanna Front row: Crystal, Michelle

Counseling Services Mission Statement

"The mission of Counseling Services is to assist students in realizing their maximum potential and to assist them toward optimal functioning. The services offered work to enhance mental health and support intellectual, personal, emotional and social growth. This is accomplished by providing a variety of counseling services as well as resources and referrals to students."

Counseling Services

New location and phone number for Counseling Services:

Henderson 111

670-3100

College is stressful.  Counseling Services can help.

Our services are designed to help students cope more effectively with personal concerns that may affect their academic performance.  Our primary goal is to assist students in realizing their maximum potential and to assist them toward optimal functioning.

Counseling is provided by staff members who are professionally trained and experienced in working with college students.  Information discussed between student and counselor is treated in a confidential manner.

A Guide for Faculty and Staff for When Students are Stressed.   An additional resource for Faculty/Staff student concerns: University Behavioral Assessment Team (UBAT)

Self Help Resources and Helpful Handouts.

***Here is a website that offers quizzes (free and easy) to help distinguish between common concerns students often have regarding depression, anxiety, ADHD, etc.

***Please take a moment to browse a Student Counseling Virtual Pamplet Collection if you have any additional questions or concerns.

***For more information about our biofeedback program: http://www.heartmath.com/technology-products/product-finder.html

***Community Resource Directory (community resources for Topeka/Shawnee County): http://directory.crcnet.org/

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