Welcome to Counseling and Psychological Services
Students now have access to year-round mental health counseling and resources.
- First-time Appointment: 20-minute phone call to assess your needs and build your plan to thrive.
- Individual Counseling: On-going, one-on-one, in-person and telehealth sessions.
- Open Hours: Drop-in, face-to-face crisis counseling on campus.
- Medication Management: Psychiatrist who helps prescribe and maintain the use of medication.
- Crisis Services 24/7: Crisis counselor available anytime, anywhere via telephone.
- Groups: Led by therapists, group counseling with peers who might be struggling with similar concerns.
Alcohol and Other Drug Counseling
We provide alcohol and other drug assessment, and referrals to off-campus providers, and the Alcohol and Skills Training class for students mandated by the Student Conduct Board.
BIPOC Support Group
Being a person of color in a predominantly white environment is a complex and often stressful experience. This weekly group engages in dialogue about what it means to be a student of color, makes students aware there are others sharing similar multicultural experiences, and is a resource for students of color to come together to enhance their success at Susquehanna.
Neuro-Sensitivity and ASD
A support group for student with or without an autism diagnosis that helps empower individuals to advocate for their neuro-sensitive needs.
If you are feeling pressured and stressed, or just interested in learning a new skill that can enrich your life, this class is for you! Koru mindfullness can help decrease your stress, find satisfaction in your daily life and calm and focus your mind. Enrollment is free but limited.
Inexpensive yoga classes, led by Beatriz Benedit, owner of Lewisburg Yoga Studio, are sponsored by the Amy E. Winans Center for Wellness, the Student Health Club and. Also offered throughout the semester by Cheryl Stumpf, licensed professional counselor and certified yoga teacher.
Reclaiming Your Spirit
A group for survivors of sexual trauma who are seeking healing and recovery.
Concerned About a Student?
If someone has turned to you for help, or you see that a person you care about needs help, refer to these resources. They’re meant to help you recognize, intervene and refer emotionally troubled students to Counseling & Psychological Services. Sometimes the issues that students present might also warrant a referral to the Office of the Chaplain.
Confidentiality is extremely important to us, so you can trust that the information you share with us will be kept in strict confidence.
According to state laws, we cannot release information, including whether you are a client, to parents, resident assistants, instructors or physicians without your written consent. However, there are some situations in which we are legally obligated to take action to you or protect others from harm or shield a minor from abuse.
How Can Counseling Be Helpful?
- Reduce anxiety
- Increase productivity
- Better relationships with friends and family
- Stress management
- Boost confidence
Other Options for Mental Well-Being
- Amy Winans Center for Wellness
- Take 5 Zones - Seibert Hall (1st floor) & Library
- Yoga - twice a week
- KORU Mindfullness Classes
- Chair Massage
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