DisclaimerCounseling services are provided at no charge to all students. Appointments can be made in person at the Center or by phoning:
Services are provided on the basis of self-referrals or in collaboration with faculty, staff, or other professionals. Whenever possible, please use the official referral form when making a referral for services.
Counseling is a confidential process. All records, including test data, are confidential and separate from other college records. Information about students will not be revealed to any person or agency, within or outside of the college, without the student’s knowledge and written consent. In all cases, the Counseling Center adheres to strict professional standards of ethics and confidentiality. We treat all of our contacts with students confidential and in accordance with the state mental health code. We cannot tell anyone, inside or outside of the College, that the student is receiving services unless the student signs a specific release of information authorizing us to do so.
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Making Your Referral For Counseling
When making a referral for counseling services, you should go through these considerations:
Signs to Recognizing Students in Distress: People dealing with personal concerns or problems tend to show signs that they are struggling in some way. The following indicators may be useful in assessing whether or not a referral should be made: