Counseling makes sense when you are having trouble coping with a stressful situation or solving a personal problem. It offers emotional support, new perspectives and help considering possible solutions. So if you are in a lot of distress, feel overwhelmed by a problem, or feel that you keep repeating the same mistakes, then you might consider seeking counseling.
We invite you to explore the COLLEGE RESPONSE ON-LINE SCREENING FOR MENTAL HEALTH. This free screening is available to all ESU students and is taken anonymously. The screening is provided so that you may find out, in a few minutes, whether or not professional consultation would be helpful to you The screening specifically addresses depression, anxiety, eating disorders and alcohol abuse. Click on the following link for this option: On-Line Mental Health Screening
More specifically, we see students with the following concerns:
Counseling may be of help to you if you....
These are just some of the reasons students come to the Counseling Center, 250 Southeast Morse Hall. If you are uncertain about your issue, come in or call (620) 341-5222 and a counselor can help you decide.