Individual Counseling

Individual counseling is a confidential one-on-one intervention with a counselor. Sessions usually last 45 to 50 minutes and meet weekly or biweekly, depending on the treatment plan. Examples of problems worked on are listed below along with links to self-help information.

Anxiety

Depression

Anger

Low self-esteem

Thoughts of harming yourself

Conflicts with partner or family member

Dealing with an abusive relationship

Grief and loss

Sexual abuse

Adjusting to civilian life after war and post-war traumatic experiences

Eating disorders

Obsessions and compulsions

Alcohol/substance abuse

Coping with illness 

Sexual orientation

Sexual problems

Students are typically seen for about 8-12 sessions (one session per week). Each session is approximately 40 minutes long. There is no fee for service.