- CONTINUING ED
- PUBLIC PROGRAMS
- COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
The Art of Wellness
Pre-Marriage & Marriage Counseling
National Depression Screening Day (October)
National Eating Disorders Screening Program (February)
National Alcohol Screening Day (April)
Evaluations and Medication Referrals
Referrals For Community Services & Support Groups
Screenings, Assessments, and Testing
Beck Depression, Anxiety, Hopelessness, and Suicide Scales
ADD/HD and Learning Disabilities Screenings
Substance Use & Abuse Screenings & Referrals
Testing for Academic & College Adjustment Issues
Why Should I Seek Counseling Services?
|Stress/anxiety||Relationship issues||Time management|
|Family issues||Academic difficulty||Adjustment to college|
|Sexual assault/abuse||Eating disorders||Difficulty making friends|
|Study skills||Past emotional trauma||Social anxiety|
|Low self-confidence||Self-defeating behaviors||Self management|
|Roommate problems||Depression||Test anxiety|
|Sexual orientation concerns/questioning||Suicidal thoughts & concerns|
Prior to your first counseling appointment, you will be asked to fill out a Intake Form (PDF). For your convenience, you may download it, print it out, and bring it to your first appointment.
If you wish to have your therapist speak to someone to coordinate treatment, you will need to complete a Request to Release Confidential Information (PDF).
We want to be sure you are getting the most out of your counseling experience, and would appreciate it if you would complete an Evaluation Form (PDF) and return it to our office (104A).
Student Counseling Services are confidential. This means that all student information is private and will not be disclosed to anyone outside of the office without the student's prior authorization. However, there are some situations in which disclosure of information is permitted or required by law, without the student's consent and authorization, as therapists/counselors are mandated reporters. Some limits to confidentiality are in cases when the client is a probable danger to self or others or the student reveals that there has been child abuse, elder abuse, or adult dependent abuse. In those cases, the counselor/therapist may be required by law to take steps to aid in the protection of those individuals involved.
If you are in crisis, or are experiencing a psychological emergency, call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest emergency room.
In addition, you may also contact:
Dr. Fred Barnes at (818) 522-0796 or
Crisis Hotline at (800) 854-7771