At the Counseling Center we provide confidential counseling and support services to all enrolled UWG students. For more information, look through our pages or give us a call at 678-839-6428.
Come visit us at 123 Row Hall!
Click on the red telephone on any page for appointment information.
Assessment and Intervention for:
- Adjustment to College
- Relationship Difficulties
- Depression, Stress and Anxiety
- Substance Abuse and Addiction
- Rape, Incest, Abuse or Other Personal Violations
- Eating Disorders
- Anger Problems
- Sleep Problems
- General Personal Concerns
- Crisis or Trauma Intervention
- Personal Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Online Counseling
- Online Career Testing
- Study Skills and Educational Counseling
- Accessibility Support Services
- Classroom Programs
Vision , Mission , Values
Our vision is a university counseling center where students identify and foster personal and external resources to help guide them in academic, social and emotional success, growth and development.
To bring this vision to reality:
- We provide counseling, psychotherapy and support services to currently enrolled students.
- We provide outreach, consultation and crisis intervention to the University of West Georgia community.
- We provide clinical training and supervision for graduate level counselors in training.
We always want the University community to be able to say that we are professional, competent, respectful, consistent, ethical, confidential, accessible, accepting, responsive and knowledgeable in the way we do our work.
NOTE: Students should not pursue services at the Counseling Center for the sole purpose of obtaining a letter of support. The Counseling Center does not provide letters at the time of an initial consultation and cannot provide documentation regarding a student's mental health without a history of services at the Counseling Center during the specified time period. If necessary, students are encouraged to seek letters of support from individuals directly involved in their care such as past or present psychological/psychiatric providers, medical doctors or family members.
The Jed Foundation owns the JEDCAMPUS SEAL trademark in the U.S., which it awards to higher education institutions that meet its certification standards for mental health and suicide prevention programming based upon the school’s completion of a self-assessment survey designed to identify recommended mental health programming. Additional important information about the JEDCAMPUS SEAL is at www.jedcampus.org.