Mental Health counseling

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Remote Counseling Support

We are here to support you.

On this page you will find information on the Counseling Services’ support offerings for currently enrolled students as well as numerous articles, apps and resources to help everyone navigate this unprecedented moment.

For Currently Enrolled Students we are offering:

Supportive Counseling via Phone

Online Support Group for students experiencing stress and anxiety

During this global pandemic, we have heard the word “unprecedented” a lot. The definition of unprecedented is: never done or known before. While this is not the first pandemic the world has seen, it is the first time WE are experiencing it: We, Me, You. We are collectively experiencing an unprecedented shifting in how we experience our daily lives. Our routines are disrupted. Our idea of normal just altered. It can feel weird and uncomfortable. With any new experience there is uncertainty and that uncertainty can cause a sense of vulnerability, stress, fear, and anxiety.

As Elizabeth Markle states in her informative article Four Things to Do Every Day for Your Mental Health:

It’s normal to stagger when the old structures are swept away—but we have the opportunity (and the imperative) to create our own. Intentionally. For our well-being, and the well-being of our families and communities, we are called upon to design sustainable structures that produce sanity, safety, and human thriving. How?... Move, Nourish, Connect, Be.

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Now is the time to get very deliberate about taking care of yourself.

Infuse this strange time with a lot of compassion for yourself and others.

Tend to yourself and your loved ones by deliberately taking time to slow down.

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To assist with getting deliberate about taking care of yourself, both mentally and physically, Counseling Services would like to share the following services and resources: