Our services

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Our services are designed for students who can benefit from short-term counseling. In your Initial Assessment meeting with a counselor, your counseling needs and the appropriate services will be discussed. In some cases, referrals to community resources will be made.

We provide the following services:

  • Initial assessment – To determine what services will best help you address your concerns.
  • Individual counseling – Individual support for psychological concerns.
  • Couples counseling – Address and receive feedback on relationship concerns with your partner and a professional.
  • Group counseling – We offer a number of therapy groups each semester addressing  everything from stress management to body image concerns.
  • Behavior-related assessment
  • Substance abuse program – Seek support in our Substance Abuse Program.
  • Educational programs and workshops – On  a variety of issues designed to help you get the most out of your academic experience. Spring 2014 Mindfulness Workshops
  • Crisis/emergency services – For students experiencing a psychological emergency (e.g., suicidal/homicidal ideation or intent, recent sexual assault, serious trauma).

We do not offer family or child counseling, although counselors can discuss referrals to family or child therapists in the community.

How to schedule an appointment

Whether you would like to make an appointment for counseling or have been referred to us, we can help.

Counseling

  • Schedule an Initial Assessment by calling the front desk at (928)523-2261, or come in to our office in the Health and Learning Center for a first-come, first-served (walk in) appointment. Walk in appointments are available 8-3 on Mon, Tue, Fri, and 9:30 to 3 on Wed and Thu
  • Arrive 20 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment in order to complete required electronic forms.

For issues requiring immediate attention, you can:

  • Come into the HLC for a walk in appointment during the hours listed above or
  • If it is an after-hours psychological emergency, call (928)523-2261.

Your first counseling appointment is free. Please be aware, however, that if you don’t show up to your appointment without cancelling in advance, you will be charged for the session.

Substance abuse (forced referrals)

  • Schedule an appointment within five days of being referred to Counseling Services. Come in to our office in the Health and Learning Center (this process can't be done over the phone). You will be charged a fee in order to start this process.
  • You will be directed to complete some forms at this time
  • Come to your appointment. You will fill out more forms and then meet with a substance abuse counselor. If you don't show up, a notice of non-comliance will be sent to your referral source and you will be charged an additional fee. 
  • Learn more about substance abuse counseling and the steps involved in completing it.

Behavior-Related Assessment (BRA) referrals

  • Schedule an appointment within five days of being referred to Counseling Services. Call the front desk at 928-523-2261 or come in to our office in the Health and Learning Center.
  • Arrive 20 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment in order to complete required electronic forms.
  • Complete online forms prior to your appointment. Follow the directions you will receive in a secure message after you have scheduled your appointment.
  • Come to your appointment: if you don’t show up, a notice of non-compliance will be sent to your referral source and you will be charged a fee.

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