Individual counseling involves meeting with one of our four counselors to discuss and explore your concerns. Students are provided up to 12 sessions per academic year (September 1st - August 31st). Counseling sessions are 45 minutes in length, and most clients are seen on a weekly basis while working towards their goals.
Your counselor will serve as a catalyst to help you make the changes you want to accomplish by listening to your concerns, by providing a framework to help you view your circumstances clearly and objectively, and by helping you consider options in your situation. Topics students commonly choose to explore with a counselor include: adjustment to the University; study skills; educational and vocational options; anxiety; depression; self-esteem; family difficulties; relationships; substance abuse; sexual concerns; stress; anger management; parenting; and eating/body image concerns.