Center for Counseling and Wellness
A place to begin your journey towards health and healing…
The Center for Counseling and Wellness provides a wide range of services that support the holistic development of all students in body, mind and spirit. These services are free and confidential; they are available so that students can flourish academically, socially, emotionally and psychologically.
Prevention, outreach, education and immediate consultation services are available to students, faculty and staff. All of these services are important in promoting emotional and psychological well-being, academic success and safety on campus.
The Center for Counseling and Wellness was founded based on the belief that one’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health is directly related to one’s ability to reach their fullest personal and academic potential. Our mission is to support the psychical, mental and spiritual well-being of every student in the SJC community. We strive to empower our students to attain their academic aspirations and become positive and productive members of society.
- Compassion and understanding
- Consciousness and awareness
- Trust and respect
- Truth and clarity
- Hope and resilience
- Growth and exploration
- Strength and perseverance
By implementing the Four Pillars of Health and Healing in an integrative way, we aim to create a healthier, more productive academic community.
Our four pillars of health and healing are:
It is recommended that students seek help and support when problems arise. We encourage all students experiencing difficulties that could compromise their ability to remain enrolled at St. Joseph’s College to contact us immediately to set up an appointment with a counselor.
The Center for Counseling and Wellness is committed to affirming and respecting people of all backgrounds. We aim to respond respectfully and empathetically to each person’s unique struggle, personal history and cultural background.
All services are free and confidential. No information is recorded on your school record.
The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely - C.G. Jung