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How to Make an Appointment
What to expect
Your first appointment will begin with a brief online questionnaire followed by a 20 minute screening with a counselor or psychologist.
They will help assess the nature and urgency of your concern and determine the next appropriate step, such as scheduling a regular counseling session and/or a referral to other campus or community resources.
By phone or in person, we will ask for some identifying information: Your name, student ID number, phone number and an email address we can use to contact you.
The support staff at the front desk will work with you to schedule a mutually convenient time to meet.
Counseling Services support staff and counselors. All contact with Counseling Services is confidential.
It is crucial that you notify Counseling Services if you are unable to keep an appointment. That time is blocked off for the counselor and they could be seeing other clients.
We can help you with:
Urgent/crisis walk-in service
Our urgent/crisis services are only available for those students who are in crisis or have an urgent need to be seen by our counselor on duty. (Learn more about mental health crises)
Our staff members are legally and ethically required to maintain confidentiality. If you would like us to disclose specific information to anyone (e.g. a professor or doctor) we will need your written permission to do so.
Exceptions to confidentiality
- If there is a possibility that you might harm yourself or someone else
- If abuse of a child or vulnerable adult is suspected
- Contact with the care coordinator is not confidential (more info)