The Counseling Center provides student individual, couples and group counseling. In addition, we provide a psychiatric nurse practitioner to diagnose and treat students. We provide online screenings for depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders and alcohol use. The Counseling Center sponsors the Active Minds campus organization. Look for more information about Active Minds on this page. The Counseling Center is located on the south side of Hendren Hall. Call 459-5561 or email Counseling Center director Marilyn Simmonds at firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment.
Check out our Wellness Room featuring depression light therapy, virtual pamphlets, and free relaxation CD downloads.
Faculty and Staff Counseling Benefits
Contact: Cigna's Life Assistance program at 1-800-538-3543 or www.cignabehavioral.com/CGI
College students are at an age particularly vulnerable for developing mental health disorders. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students. To become informed about the signs and symptoms of depression and other emotional disorders, go to Ulifeline. Ulifeline provides a safe, private, user-friendly place for students to learn more about mental health. Ulifeline is a confidential and secure web site, free of advertisements and commercials. For self-assessment, concern about a friend, a Mental Health Reference Library, health questions and answers, and a drug reference database, go to http://www.ulifeline.org.
For transition information and prevention resources for college students, go to www.factsontap.org
Sleep is so important to college life. Find out more, go to www.sleepfoundation.org
Click on this link to take a screening for one of depression, anxiety, alcohol, or eating disorders.