The counselor seeks to support the emotional, personal, social, and intellectual growth of all members of the university community, and to provide consultation to staff, faculty, and student groups and organizations throughout the university community.
The counselor helps students face the challenges they encounter such as:
- Personal issues and concerns
- Time management
- Relationship problems
- Adjustment issues
- Crisis response
Referrals may be made for the more serious difficulties students and employees may encounter such as: depression, anxiety, alcohol/substance abuse, grief, trauma, dating and sexual violence, along with other personal and mental health concerns.
Director of Counseling and Career Services
Fine Arts 208
Northwestern - Alva
Phone: (580) 327-8547
Mental Health Resources
What services does ULifeline provide to students?
“The Student section of ULifeline includes the Self-Evaluator, a confidential online mental health assessment tool developed for ULifeline by Duke University Medical Center. Students can complete a self-assessment to learn telling insight about themselves or a friend’s state of mind. The Student site also includes information, factoids and poll questions to learn interesting details about mental well-being.”
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