Scheduling an Appointment
How to Schedule an Appointment
Contact the Counseling and Wellness Center at [email protected] or stop by 319 West Roe Boulevard and say "I would like to make an appointment to speak with a counselor." If you do not reach someone directly you can leave a message with your name and phone number and a counselor will call you back to schedule an appointment.
When to Schedule an Appointment
Often students feel that their problem is not important enough, they don't want to bother someone else or they feel they should be able to handle their problems on their own. The staff at the Counseling and Wellness Center welcomes any student, no matter how big or small the problem, to reach out to us for support. We respect the courage it takes to walk through the door and make that first appointment.
The Counseling and Wellness Center is a place where students can come and get help with personal, emotional, psychological, and social problems. Some students come for help with self-esteem or relationship issues, when they are feeling anxious or depressed, when they are overwhelmed by school pressures, or when they have experienced some type of trauma.
We provide counseling and wellness services for a full range of problems that include but not limited to:
- Your grades are slipping
- You are sleeping too little or too much
- Eating too much or too little
- Worries about health
- Relationship problems
- Lack of motivation
- Emotional, physical or sexual abuse
- Alcohol or drug problems
- Difficulty concentrating or studying
- Sexuality or gender identity concerns
- Overload with school/work/family
- Feeling rejected
- Shyness/social anxiety
- Family problems
- Adjustment to college
- Suicidal thoughts
- Death of a loved one or relationship loss
- Self-harming or risky behavior
- You have experienced a trauma
Training, Consultations and Referral Resources
The Counseling and Wellness Center provides faculty and staff training to assist in the assessment and intervention process ensuring a safe college community.
Topics vary according to the needs of the St. Joseph's College community. Please contact us at [email protected] if you would like to schedule a training session for your department.
The Counseling and Wellness Center also provides consultations and referral resources for students in order to provide each student with the services they need both at the college and within the community.
If you do not know where to turn to or have any reservations about seeking services at St. Joseph's College, we will help you get the referral resources that work for you within your community.