Counseling and Psychological ServicesGrace Hall, Room 174610-902-8561 Fax: 610-902-8766
Hours Mon.–Fri.: 9:00AM–4:00PM by appointment
Walk-Ins (emergencies only)Mon.–Fri.: Noon to 1:00PM
Counseling and Psychological Services facilitates students’ growth by focusing on values of self‑respect, respect for others, and self‑awareness.
The office emphasizes healthy and adaptive choices, reaching one’s fullest potential, and functioning successfully within one’s global and local community.
Counseling and Psychological Services provides:
Faculty and staff are encouraged to call, email, or stop by to consult about a student. Counseling and Psychological Services often presents workshops, trainings, and educational programs on campus. In the past, topics have included stress management, how to help a troubled student, eating concerns, self-care, coping with trauma, and assertive communication.
For more resources, visit our Helpful Links page.
New this Semester: Healthy Life, Happy You
Week of 5/2
20 Study Strategies for Finals Week: Finals week can be the most stressful time for a student, whether in high school, college or graduate school.
Other Healthy Lifestyle ActivitiesMonday Mile Walks: January 27 - May 12Every Monday at 11:30AM, departing from outside Cavs Corner.
TED-Talk Tuesdays:The Discipline of Finishing: by Conor Neill3 key qualities Warren Buffett uses to decide if to choose the people to work with: 1) Energy; 2) Intelligence; & 3) Integrity. You will find out how to live in the moment and get the results you want by adopting some of the tactics used by top athletes to keep themselves going. What will it take you to finish out the semester & the year in the way that you want?”Walk-in-Nature Wednesdays: 12:30 - 1:00PMMeet in Grace Hall Atrium (weather permitting)
Thankful Thursdays: 10 Tips for getting along w/ your Parents over Summer Break
The sudden loss of a student in the campus community is a traumatic event and one in which the community needs caring and support. Grief is a normal reaction to loss and is experienced differently among everyone. Generally, the first reaction to a death is one of shock and disbelief, particularly if the death was sudden and unexpected.
As the shock subsides, the emotional and physical pain associated with grieving becomes apparent. Resources are available on campus to support you through this difficult time and are available here.
Students who need additional support can contact us.
The counselors are available for emergency walk in during this difficult time. Our sympathy goes out to the friends and family, as well as anyone else, impacted by this tragic loss.
“I felt understood and accepted” - Read what our clients say about our services:
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Upon completion of the screening, you will receive online resources to help integrate healthy eating and activity into your life for a positive body image and improved health and wellness.
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Email is not a confidential means of communication. Please do not use email to contact staff about an emergency or confidential matters.
Call during office hours to make an appointment or to speak with a counselor.