Life on a college campus can be exciting and challenging. Our team of 11 psychologists, 3 postdoctoral fellows, and 3 doctoral interns are highly skilled at addressing the unique needs of college students and fully committed to enhancing students' ability to fully benefit from the University environment and academic experience.
We have developed and linked to resources on these webpages that might be helpful to you in your own growth and development. We hope you will take the time to discover the variety of services we offer and consider how we might be helpful to you or someone you know.
of the Counseling Center's mission in meeting the emotional and mental
health needs of the campus community is by reaching out to those who may
not seek counseling services; decreasing stigma regarding mental health
concerns and treatment; as well as
increasing the campus' awareness of Counseling Center services.
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- Post-Doctoral Fellowship
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