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Personal Counseling / Psychotherapy

If you are in Crisis please click here for more information or call University Police 96000.

The Counseling Center provides individual counseling for all personal concerns.  Counselors are experienced in working with college students of all ages and backgrounds, and are appropriately trained and credentialed. Georgia law generally protects the confidentiality of information discussed in psychotherapy, but the Center considers all contacts to be private.  Topics often discussed with the counseling staff include, but are not limited to:

•  Adjustment to college

•  Relationships

•  General personal and family concerns

•  Substance Abuse

•  Depression

•  Anxiety

•  Rape and sexual abuse

•  Eating disorders

•  Anger problems

Counseling appointments are scheduled to accommodate your class schedule and other commitments. Emergency walk-in hours are available without an appointment. 

 

How do I know if I need counseling?

                  These screening instruments may help.

Online Myers Briggs Type Indicator

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If you are in Crisis please click here for more information or call University Police at 96000.