Counseling Center

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Welcome!

Please explore our interactive website, it is full of resources to assist you when life stress gets in the way of your goals and well-being.  Our goal is to provide counseling assistance to all students, supporting their success both at the university and in their personal lives.  

We hope to promote the optimal development of all our students and provide assistance to those struggling with difficult life issues. We embrace and celebrate diversity in all it's richness and are committed to providing a safe place that is welcoming and affirming. For more about our services CLICK HERE.

  The Counseling Center is still open  throughout the summer.

Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. - Martin Luther King Jr.


Given recent violence in the world we would like remind students, staff and faculty of our commitment to being a safe place, and being an ally to students effected by the recent shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, as well as the attacks on police officers in Dallas We recognize the systemic impact of race and power . We encourage you to reach out to people you can trust and who can support you in coping with reactions to these recent events. We also encourage you to know your limits, and allow yourself permission to set boundaries in conversation and around social media so that you can take care of yourself.

We invite any ETSU students who are impacted emotionally by these horrific events who would like help processing your sorrow or distress to come to the Counseling Center on the third floor of the Culp Student Center for our walk-in sessions 10 to 11:30 and 2 to 3:30 Monday through Thursday. We care, and will provide help if you are experiencing distress and need support.

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Speak with Counselor 24/7. Dial 423-439-4480 & Press 2

 


 

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We are located...

The Culp Building

3rd Floor, Room 345

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