Most students’ counseling issues can easily be addressed by the Center’s staff, which consists of psychologists, counselors, carefully chosen and supervised therapists from doctoral degrees in counseling and clinical psychology, and carefully screened and trained professional trainees in psychiatric and behavioral sciences. The Center is committed to providing its students with personalized attention and care by offering individual and group therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, family therapy, and individual psychotherapy. Each session is focused on the specific needs of each patient. A trained staff is available at the Center every time a student calls or visits to make an appointment.
The Center’s counselors are not licensed or certified to diagnose, treat, prescribe, administer, or dispense any form of medication or treatment. They may offer general information on stress management, self-help groups, and therapy programs, as well as referral services to medical, psychological, and mental health providers. Counselors are available to meet with their clients face-to-face through one-on-one sessions, or through their office telephone hotline.
During therapy sessions, the counselors are there to support, educate, listen, evaluate and provide feedback.
These counselors help their clients by encouraging them, guiding them, modeling appropriate behavior, explaining emotional problems in clear terms, and discussing important information regarding their unique situation with the goal of creating an effective solution to the problem.
Each counselor specializes in a particular area of the student’s issues
The Counselors at the Center can provide the best possible solution based on the student’s needs and interests. Each Counselor has the skills to help their clients understand the nature of their problems and create a plan for dealing with them. The counselors have been trained in professional clinical psychology to address emotional issues and mental disorders. In addition, they have completed advanced graduate and undergraduate level courses in counseling.
Students of counseling are encouraged to reach out for support whenever they need it, both by the Center and by their parents, teachers, schoolmates, friends, peers, and other family members. Counselors at the Center work to provide the best possible solutions for their clients.
The Counselor Services also offers several programs and services for students who may be unable to afford the Center’s student support. Counselors at the Center provide free financial assistance for students who qualify, including transportation to and from the Center, housing, food, health care, and clothing, and books/supplies, and any other needs. Students who attend part-time or full-time at the Center receive a lower rate than those who do not.
The Counselors at the Center also work to make sure that their clients have access to the help that they need through virtual data room, including job placement assistance, financial aid, housing assistance, and job placement consultation. All clients are encouraged to share their concerns and seek professional assistance when appropriate. The Center welcomes all students and their families, irrespective of their socioeconomic status or background.
Counseling Services at the Center is available for all types of a student including students from low-income families, special education students, and students with behavioral problems. The counselors at the Center are committed to serving all students no matter where they come from, where they live, or what they are studying. No matter what type of student you are, no matter what your academic or social situation, the Counselors at the Center has the resources and skills to help you.
If you are interested in learning more about the services and benefits of the Counseling Services at the Center, or if you have questions about the program, contact the center’s staff today. or visit the site for more information.
The Center also provides a number of programs to help parents and guardians of students participate in counseling programs. If you or someone you love is having trouble coping with emotional or behavioral problems, or need help to deal with difficult academic issues, you might be able to receive help from one of the Center’s programs.
Whether you are a student or a parent or guardian, it is essential to consider counseling services offered at the Center for the best options. For more information, contact the Center today.