Supporting students in fulfilling the full range of intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual development, as part of the overall educational experience.
At the Counseling Center (Doble Hall, 30 Mellen Street), we provide individual short-term counseling (10 visits per year) and other services for on-campus undergraduate and graduate students in degree-granting programs. Our counselors are sensitive to issues of ethnicity, spirituality, culture, sexual
orientation, gender, disability, learning differences, and body image.
We offer traditional verbal therapy
and non-traditional methods, such as expressive therapies, sand tray,
Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS), and Eye Movement Desensitization
and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR).
We even have a therapy dog, Tally Bean, as an optional service.
You can stop by and say hello to Tally during office hours.
Counseling sessions are held in confidence and are not recorded on your academic record. If you need or want long-term counseling, we can refer you to outside specialists. Students are responsible for the cost for outside services.
In addition to 10 individual counseling visits per academic year, you can take advantage of these other services:
Some of the issues that we address include:
Counseling Center Staff
Office Locations and Hours
Student Health Service
Student Life and Academic Development
Doble Campus30 Mellen StreetDoble Hall, 3rd Floor617.349.8545
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