Making Your First Appointment
If you are a currently enrolled student and are interested in seeking support and services from at the UNF Counseling Center, you may do so by walking into the center between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. any day the counseling center is open to complete an initial consultation. The initial consultation will take about an hour to complete, including time for paperwork and meeting briefly with a clinician. Initial consultations take place on a first come, first served basis and multiple clinical staff will be available to avoid long waits.
The initial consultation will provide you with an
opportunity to talk confidentially with a counselor about your immediate
concerns. Your counselor will talk with you about some of the reasons you are seeking support and will evaluate what services or resources will be
most helpful for you. Some students find that talking with a counselor once is
sufficient to resolve the immediate concern. If further services would be
beneficial, these will be discussed and a recommendation will be made by the
counselor. These additional services may include resources offered by the
Counseling Center or referral to another campus or community resource.
The Counseling Center also provides emergency
consultations to students with urgent mental health concerns between 8 a.m. and
5 p.m. any day the counseling center is open. Please call (904) 620-2602 if you have an immediate need to meet with
a counselor. After 5 p.m. and on weekends, please contact our After-Hours
Crisis Hotline. Please see our Emergency Services webpage for more
information about the After-Hours Crisis Hotline and other resources.
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