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Types of Counseling

Individual Counseling

This is a one-on-one, approximately 50-minute session with a counselor to ask questions, to discuss a specific issue/problem, or to simply have someone listen. Unless the issue discussed is life-threatening to you or to others, abuse/neglect, or a court-ordered record, everything shared in counseling is confidential.

Couples Counseling

This is a session(s) in which two people in a relationship discuss issues for them as a couple, as roommates, or as friends. This counseling is confidential, as previously mentioned.

Support Groups

This is a group that would meet once a week. The group would consist of two or more students, who voluntarily want to share thoughts and feelings in a group setting. The participating students would have the same issue in common. The informal discussions would be facilitated by a counselor, and discussions would be confidential. For an updated listing of current support groups and times, please refer to the Events section or call counseling services at 471-3350.

 

Interested in Learning More?

To learn more about the process of counseling please refer to the FAQ page.

If you are interested in counseling you may schedule an appointment by phone (865-471-3350), email (Jennifer Catlett, jcatlett@cn.edu or Shannon Tuell, stuell@cn.edu) or  in person (at the Kathleen Manley Building). You can also print out the intake form and bring it with you.

You can find the intake form here.