What is Student Assistance Counseling?

Student Assistance Counseling is talking confidentially with a professional counselor to discuss problems and develop healthy and effective coping strategies together.

Examples of problems might include:

anger issues
alcohol and other drugs use
depression
suicidal thoughts
relationship issues
stress
bullying
eating disorders
school-related issues
cutting and other self-injury behaviors
and ANY other issues having an affect on you.  


Confidentiality:

All conversations with the Student Assistance Coordinator is confidential except if there is concern of immediate harm to self or others, there is suspected or reported abuse/neglect or concern about harassment, intimidation and/or bullying (HIB).