Mental Health Resources
The violence unfolding in the Middle East has shocked and saddened many. The Counseling Center realizes that students who have ties to this region and those experiencing trauma and vicarious trauma are feeling a range of emotions as the cycle of violence continues. We extend our support to all who may be struggling.
We care about you. We want to help.
The resources on this website reflect many different approaches, ranging from personal counseling to forming groups to address issues in your school or work environment.
- Mental health refers to services that help you address issues that you would like to feel better about psychologically, including being in crisis.
- Wellness refers to services that help you with habits related to maintaining your well-being.
- Access and accommodation refer to services that facilitate equal opportunity if you are a person with disabilities.
Accessibility & Accommodation
Resources available to assist you in requesting a reasonable accommodation for both visible and nonvisible disabilities, including those that may affect mental health.
Confidential resources related to experiencing sexual assault, rape, sexual harassment, stalking, or abuse within a relationship (can be known as dating or domestic violence).
In the Know Newsletter
During the academic year, the Counseling Center distributes In the Know, a monthly e-newsletter that details events and programs students can use to help with their mental health well-being.