Counseling Services

Counseling Services

Counseling Services

Mission

The Office of Counseling Services provides students with help and support to develop lifelong skills for personal growth and the successful management of conflicts and crises by offering them individual counseling and a variety of prevention and educational programs

Overview

The Office of Counseling Services welcomes all students to see the counselor in a private and safe environment regardless of their reasons for making an appointment. Counseling services are available to all Hendrix students at no cost.

Typical Issues Include:

  • Adjusting to college
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Grief

A short-term counseling model is followed. Individuals wanting or needing long-term therapy may be referred to off-campus facilities in the community.

Psychiatric services are available on campus. Students must be directly referred to the psychiatrist by a campus counselor. Our psychiatrist treats students for a variety of issues but does not treat students for ADHD alone.  

    Workshops, Prevention & Outreach

    • Stress management
    • Relationship issues
    • Sexual assault prevention
    • Mental health and well-being
    • National Screening Days (Depression and Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Alcohol)
    • Dream interpretation
    • Grief support group

    Privacy

    The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Buckley Amendment) indicates that the records maintained by counselors and psychologists are not to be classified as “educational records.” Therefore, the records kept by the Office of Counseling Services are confidential and do not become a part of a student’s permanent record.

    Location

    The Office of Counseling Services is located in the white house behind the Mills Center for Social Sciences at 1541 Washington Avenue.