PATRICIA B. AND GARY M. HOLLOWAY UNIVERSITY COUNSELING CENTER
The Counseling Center is open and available to help you with personal and emotional concerns.
With a variety of services and resources, the Counseling Center helps students function optimally with regard to emotional, academic, social and psychological issues.
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
All services are free of charge to current students.
To get started:
- Appointments may be scheduled by phoning the Counseling Center.
- Call 610-519-4050 weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
- You will be offered an appointment time that works with your class schedule.
- Appointments are usually available within a week of your request.
- We are offering all appointments via TeleHealth.
HEALTH TOPIC HIGHLIGHTS
Take advantage of our online library of easily accessible virtual pamphlets on a variety of topics surrounding mental and physical health and well-being, including:
FALL 2020 STUDENT DISCUSSION GROUPS
All groups will be held confidentially via Zoom with a licensed counselor from the Counseling Center.
Losing a loved one is sure to bring up an array of universal feelings of grief that so many of us experience, but losing someone during this pandemic is further complicated by the effects of isolation, a lack of closure, and a baseline of stress and anxiety that makes mourning distinctive during this time. This group is meant to help you connect with others who have also recently lost someone and are ready to begin to process these feelings. Please email Candice Post for more information.
The Freshmen Adjustment group is a source of support for first year students who are navigating the adjustment to college and the stress that transition brings. Students will have the opportunity to meet with other first-year students to normalize and process the difficulties that come with this time. Please email Tyme Rodriguez for more information.
The global pandemic has resulted in significant life changes for so many people. There are many uncertainties in our world that lead to a baseline and new normal of stress and anxiety. This group is meant as a means of connection for students looking for a source of support or a space to discuss experiences of stress related to the adjustment to the pandemic. Please email Natalie Sheridan for more information.