Have you found yourself asking these questions?

Is it possible that things can be different?

Does anyone really want to listen to what I’m going through?

Why can’t I just get over this?

Does anyone really see me?

Are you struggling with relationships, anxiety, trauma, addiction, self-esteem, time management, finances or other personal issues?

Are you feeling overwhelmed, sad, ashamed, scared, lonely, rejected, angry, withdrawn or disconnected?

If you answered yes to any of these, then it may be helpful for you to meet with a counselor. Talking with a trained mental health professional can help you gain the insight you need to make the changes you want to see in your life. Counseling can provide you with new ways of approaching your problems and a safe space to explore your feelings and thoughts.

The counseling process can seem confusing or scary if you have not had counseling before. However, counseling is simply a place where you can talk with someone who will walk with you through your struggles. It is a relationship that can provide you with the support and encouragement you need for growth and healing.

Ready to take that first step toward the future you want? Contact the Wellness Center to schedule your first appointment.

Wellness Center

Located in the University Center
[email protected]
Monday through Thursday
9:00am to 4:00pm

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