- STUDENT LIFE HOME
- CENTER FOR STUDENT DEVELOPMENT HOME
- CAREER SERVICES
- COUNSELING SERVICES
- HEALTH SERVICES
- MULTI-CULTURAL AFF
| Rachel Rose, LPC
Director & Counselor
| Tabitha Smith, LPC
| Sara Schill, LPC
Counseling Services, a unit of the Center for Student Development, provides short-term counseling that focuses on addressing students’ personal concerns that may hinder current and/or future learning and personal development.
Students seek counseling for a variety of reasons, including, but not limited to — coping with stressful situations, substance abuse, losing important relationships, decreased self confidence, loneliness, depression, and anxiety.
Additionally, students seek counseling to further their own personal growth. For example, students come to counseling to learn more effective social skills, improve the quality of their interpersonal relationships, and learn more about their own personality traits.
Counseling sessions are available via telephone for distance education students who are unable to come to campus for appointments.
If you would like to schedule an appointment, please stop by the Center for Student Development located on the lower level of Cantrell Hall or call us at 276-376-1005. Please notify the secretary in the event of an emergency or crisis situation. In the event of an emergency after hours or on weekends, please contact Campus Police at 276-328-COPS or dial 911.