These services are available to students, staff, and faculty members. Educational programs are offered on various mental health topics. Faculty members can request presentations that address the concerns of college students and that compliment course content.
Programs on student stress, career decision making, and substance abuse are often requested. Counseling Service staff will also consult with faculty members to develop programs suitable to their instructional needs. Programs can be provided throughout the year, however, to assure that your request can be met, it is advisable to contact us at least two weeks before you want the program.
Consultations and referrals may address a variety of issues including such things as concerns about a friend or student who appears to be experiencing some personal/social problem, mental health problem, needs problem solving assistance, may have individual interpersonal and communication difficulties, may have to be kept overnight for observation of a physical or mental health problem, and answers to referral questions. Assistance in crisis management and emergency treatment are available daily. Agencies for consultation and referral include, but are not limited to the following organizations:
When seeking consultation about a student, faculty, and/or staff regarding a personal crisis, ask for a counselor at 218-281-8586.