What kinds of concerns do students bring to the Counseling Center?
- “I’m stressed out!”
- “I’m not doing well in school.”
- “I don’t like myself.”
- “I’m having problems in a relationship.”
- “I have questions about my sexual identity.”
- “I’m not enjoying myself as much as I did in the past.”
- “I am interested in learning more about and improving myself.”
- “I’m concerned about the way I eat.”
- “Someone close to me has a problem with alcohol/ drugs.”
- “I feel troubled with my thoughts.”
- “I’m so anxious that I cannot study or take tests.”
- “Sometimes I wonder if I have a problem with alcohol or drugs.”
- “Life just doesn’t seem as worthwhile anymore.”
This is not a comprehensive list of reasons why a student may come to the Counseling Center. We are available to help students with significant mental health concerns and those who are interested in personal growth and self-discovery. Our experienced, professional staff works to provide you with a supportive, non-judgmental environment in which you may work through these or many other issues.
We understand that you may feel anxious about coming to the Counseling Center, and our aim is to help you feel comfortable so that you may successfully achieve your counseling goals.