Individual - Short-term 1:1 care with a counselor that understands the Carleton experience
Group – Counselor-facilitated support with your peers who share similar experiences and concerns
Emergency on-call – access to phone consultation with a counselor after-hours (nights/weekends)
- Short-term individual counseling is offered free to all Carleton students.
- Unlimited group counseling
- Psychiatry - medication consultation, initiation, and maintenance
- Dietitian - nutrition therapy for students struggling with their relationship with food
- Referrals to off-campus therapy (so students can seek specialists or find providers whom they can see for longer-term therapy.)
- Supportive counseling for any issue, large or small. You don't need to be in crisis or have a diagnosed mental health issue to seek care.
- Emergency After-Hours phone consultation
Reasons Student Seek Care:
- eating disorders
- alcohol and/or drug use
- assault or abuse
- sexual identity
- academic stress
- friendship or roommate conflicts
- family relationships
All counseling services are confidential. Information regarding a student's counseling cannot be released, except as dictated by law, without the written consent of the student. No record of the student's visit is placed on a transcript or academic record.
- Three full-time counselors
- Three graduate-trainee practicum counselors (here for a one-year training program)
- Two part-time counselors
- Consulting psychiatrist for medication management (Monday afternoons 1 pm-5 pm)
- Consulting dietitian for nutritional therapy (every other Wednesday 10 am -4 pm)