Counseling Center

Counseling Center

The mission of the counseling center is to support the personal, social, and academic development of students and the wellbeing of the Emmanuel community. Our professional staff provide strengths-based individual and group counseling to undergraduates as well as proactive prevention, education, and consultation across campus. Our multidisciplinary team welcomes and advocates for students of all backgrounds and works to create a safe environment which fosters the unique strengths of each individual.

The Counseling Center is staffed by licensed clinicians and adheres to the professional and ethical standards governing psychologists and mental health counselors established by the American Psychological Association.

Why Seek Counseling? Groups Violence, Bias
and Sexual Assault
How to Help a Friend Need Help Now? Resources

Confidentiality

Counseling is not part of a student's academic record. Meetings with counselors are private and confidential, within the limits of the law. These limits include cases of life-threatening emergencies and current abuse of children or other dependents. Otherwise, no information is released outside the Counseling Center without the written consent of the student or subpoena by law.