Promoting and supporting emotional well-being and healthy behavior
The Counseling Center offers free, confidential counseling services provided by mental health professionals to currently enrolled full-time undergraduate and graduate students in an atmosphere that is welcoming and comfortable for all students.
The type of issues that students most frequently bring to the Counseling Center include anxiety related problems, depression, family concerns, relationship issues, adjustment issues, eating disorders, alcohol and drug related problems and questions about sexual identity. Students also seek treatment and/or support for significant, previously diagnosed psychological disorders. The professionally licensed staff is trained to manage these issues. Referrals may also be provided if requested or if mutually deemed appropriate.
For more information:
There are two locations for your convenience, with one on the University City Campus and the other on the Center City campuses. Students on co-op can make arrangements for evening appointments.
Creese Student Center, Suite 210
Bellet Building, Suite 315
For crisis counseling or emergencies, you may reach an on-call counselor after regular business hours by calling 215.416.3337.