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Counseling Center

The Counseling Center provides a safe place for students to talk throughout the academic year to professional counselors about a variety of personal issues. All services are offered for free and are confidential. Services include:

  • Individual, short-term counseling
  • Crisis services
  • Psychological consultation
  • Resources and referral
  • Disability Services

Counselors are licensed and experienced in assisting students with the unique challenges that college students may face, regardless of their culture, color, religion, gender identity, size and disabilities.

Why counseling?

People typically come to counseling because they are experiencing emotional pain or wish to improve their lives in some way. While people seek counseling for many reasons, some of the common issues addressed in counseling include:

  • Coping with stress
  • Improving mood and overcoming depression
  • Enhancing self-esteem
  • Managing anxiety
  • Surviving loss and grief
  • Adjusting to college
  • Improving relationships with partners or roommates
  • Dealing with emotional trauma (e.g. abuse, assault)
  • Understanding sexual orientation and identity
  • Coping with family and childhood issues

If you need to talk to someone, call (919) 760-8427 to schedule an appointment. Our fax number is (919) 760-2383.

Appointments & Drop-Ins
Contact Information
Beth Meier
Director, Counseling Center
208 Carroll Hall
(919) 760-8427
Fax: (919) 760-2383
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