Student Well-Being

Wellness Center
Health Services
Counseling Services

While we are all excited about our student's growth in college, we also know that sometimes this growth comes with some growing pains, challenges, and setbacks. These struggles are common and understandable, and support is available. Counseling Services has trained professional counselors ready to assist your students in resolving personal problems, improving their mental health and wellbeing, and perform at their best. Counseling Services are free and fully confidential, so students simply need to call 203-392-5475 to schedule an appointment, stop by the office in Engelman B 219, or visit our website for further information at www.southernct.edu/counseling.

 

Mental Health Support

Mental health is an important part of a successful college experience. Counseling Services is committed to the mental health and well-being of our students. Our services are FREE and confidential to all enrolled students. 

Individual Counseling 

Students may schedule a 15-20 minute initial appointment (available daily) in order to obtain a better understanding of specific concerns and how to best help. No cost to enrolled students. 

At the end of this appointment, a collaborative plan will be made for brief, goal directed treatment matched to your needs. 

To make an appointment, call our office at: 203-392-5475 

Medication 

We provide assessment, evaluation, and medication consultation for those who are: 

➢ considering medication for the first time 

➢ participating in ongoing counseling at Counseling Services 

Confidential telehealth appointments available from the safety and convenience of your own personal device 

Groups & Workshops 

Student Support Groups Grief & Loss Groups Other Therapy Groups AA Meetings Smart Recovery Meetings Stress & Coping Healthy Communication Counseling Services 101 Let’s Talk 

Daily, online drop-in service providing informal consultations with counselors. See schedule on our website 

Referrals 

For support with finding off- campus mental health and medication providers, use: 

southernct.thrivingcampus.com 

SCSU Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic
(evening & Saturday appts available): 203-392-6413 

Dean of Students
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