Each of us will occasionally have concerns that bring about questions and conflicts. Some of these may cause us emotional stress or make it difficult to function as well as we would like. Reasons to seek counseling include, but are not limited to:
Information shared with a counselor will not be disclosed to anyone outside the Center without your written permission first, except when:
Each semester the Counseling Center offers a wide variety of opportunities to enhance your college experience through working with others in a group. Knowledgeable therapists facilitate the group experience by creating an atmosphere of safety and respect that is conducive to learning and personal growth. Each semester, group programs that cover topics relevant to your success as a college student will be offered.
For further information go to Groups.
The Counseling Center provides limited assessment and
treatment for students with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. The
Center will not prescribe stimulant medications (including, but not limited to
Focalin, Vyvanse, Adderall, and Concerta). In order to provide psychiatric services
to students who have been identified with ADHD, we have established the
The Center offers the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), a psychological instrument for personality testing. This is available for individual, classroom or small group interpretations. A nominal fee is charged for scoring.
Based on the assessment, individuals will receive a four letter "type" designation and explanation of their personality type. The MBTI is most commonly used to increase people's understanding of:
The Counseling Center conducts seminars, workshops and presentations for student groups, classes, residence halls and other departments on campus on a variety of mental health related topics. Some of these include stress management, dating relationships, eating issues, international student support, body image issues and drug and alcohol concerns. If you or your department would like to request an outreach presentation, contact: Liza Provenzano, Coordinator of Outreach and Consultation at (904) 620-2602.
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