How do I make an appointment at the Counseling Center?
You can call our office at 570-208-5873 during our regular hours of Monday through Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, you can e-mail our office at email@example.com, or you can drop in.
Where is the Counseling Center?
We are located on campus on the 6th floor of the Administration Building, Room 620.
What does it cost to come to the Counseling Center?
There is no out of pocket cost to receive services at the Counseling Center.
Who is eligible for services?
Any enrolled undergraduate student at King's College
How long does it take to get an appointment? Can I just walk in?
You can usually be seen within approximately one day. If you walk-in, if a counselor is available, you may be seen within a short period of time that same day. If you're struggle is urgent, you will be seen immediately.
How do I know my parents, friends, or professors won't be told about what I tell you?
As Licensed mental health professionals, we are legally and ethically bound to keep the information discussed in your therapy sessions confidential. In fact, in order for us to tell outside parties anything, you must sign a form specifically giving us permission to communicate with them.
There are exceptions to this confidentiality however that include:
if, in the counselor's judgment, there is a evidence of substantial risk that the student will do physical harm to themselves
if, in the counselor's judgment, there is evidence of substantial risk that the student will do physical harm to someone else
if information is shared with a counselor indicating that a child or dependent adult is being abused or harmed. For more information pleasee see: Protection of Children Policy
if there is a disclosure of sexual assualt, there is a minimum of at least an annonymous report that must be made - see Title IX / Misconduct Contact poicy to outline the requirements and procedures in this case.
if ordered to do so by a judge as part of judicial proceedings
Why would a student in college come to the Counseling Center anyway?
difficulty in transitionally from high school to college