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Individual Counseling

Free, professional, confidential counseling to:

  • Get relief from stress, anxiety, and/or depressed moods
  • Develop greater self-esteem and a more positive outlook
  • Explore the various facets of your identity (including sexual identity concerns)
  • Improve the quality of your friendships and relationships
  • Relate better to your family
  • Improve your academic functioning
  • Clarify your career interests/strengths
  • Reduce your use of alcohol or drugs
  • Cultivate a healthy relationship to eating
  • Improve the balance in your moods
  • Work through issues of sexual abuse/assault
  • Understand self-defeating or self-destructive behaviors
Group Counseling

Free, confidential, professionally led groups change each semester.

New groups to be added on an ongoing basis.

**Students must have an intake and/or group screening prior to attendance at any of the above groups. Please call the counseling center or stop by for an appointment.

Emergencies/Crisis Intervention

In case of an emergency…

If you are seeking help for situations of an emergency nature that occur during office hours (Monday – Friday), please be sure to inform the receptionist (201) 684-7522 regarding the nature of your urgency. We will do everything possible to respond promptly and/or involve other resources as needed.

For emergencies after hours, please contact Campus Public Safety at (201) 684-6666 and ask to speak to the Emergency On-Call Counselor.

Psychiatric Services

Short-term medication management with our staff psychiatrist, Dr. Bhatia, is available for students who are being seen in individual therapy. Please schedule an intake appointment or speak to your therapist if you are interested in meeting with Dr. Bhatia.