Psychological and Wellness Services
What do you do?
We offer free and confidential one-on-one counseling and wellness services to students enrolled in the SALT Center. Conveniently located inside the SALT Center, our brief, solution-focused therapy model is designed to be student-driven, so you can work on your goals at your pace. We will offer online and in-person services consistent with university policies.
How do I make an appointment?
Talk to your Student Support Specialist about a referral. If you do not want to wait until your next meeting, you can also contact Debra Puccio in Room 220 or at email@example.com. Appointments are typically scheduled within 2 weeks of referral.
Do I need a diagnosis? What else do you offer?
No, students can access our services whether they have a definitive diagnosis or not. Many students seek psychological services to help deal with changes in their lives, relationship issues, family issues, and many other concerns that are not related to a diagnosis. We can also help students with developing stress management skills, coping with interpersonal issues, engaging in personal growth, and more. We also work with students to develop a greater understanding of their learning or attention differences.
Who are the counselors?
Our psychological and wellness services team includes doctoral-level therapists under the supervision of a licensed psychologist. We are committed to ensuring the same standard of care you would receive anywhere in the community. We encourage students to make consultation appointments to see if our therapists are a good fit for you or to help you find a better fit elsewhere.