From time to time, students are presented with concerns or problems that require challenging decisions and effective coping strategies. Talking with a professional counselor is an opportunity for a student to explore issues that may be interfering with their success and happiness in college. Counseling is a confidential process designed to help students learn more about themselves, address their concerns and problems, and discover effective solutions. Some of the typical concerns students may have include adjustment difficulties, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, sexual assault, identity issues, and self-esteem. Counseling is confidential and provided free for all Stevenson University Students.
The Wellness Center also has limited psychiatric services available to students with a part-time psychiatrist onsite who can prescribe medications. Consultations are provided for Stevenson University students who are actively engaged in ongoing counseling in the Wellness Center. If you and your Wellness Center counselor decide that medication may be appropriate, your counselor will refer you to make an appointment with the psychiatrist. Alternatively, you may be encouraged to utilize your insurance providers list, or the Wellness Center can provide a community referral.
Some of the typical concerns students may have include:
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For more information or to set up an appointment, please contact us at 443-352-4200.