In addition to intervention and follow-up services, University Counseling staff are available for a variety of other consultations with students, parents, faculty, staff, and the community. The most common consultations include debriefing with individuals and departments who have had a critical incident, assisting individuals and departments in working more effectively with students of concern, and providing support and follow-up to individuals and departments undergoing significant change. We also speak with parents, students, faculty, and staff about concerns they may have about a student.
We may not be able to reveal if the student receives, or has received, counseling at University Counseling & Testing Service due to confidentiality, but we can listen to the situation and offer advice/guidance and support depending on the needs of the situation. If you need consultation, or even if you are not sure, call University Counseling & Testing Service and ask to speak with a counselor (282-2130).