Counseling Center is Pleased to Offer:
New semester, new routine, and new experiences may have you feeling stressed or homesick. TAO can help you feel happier, healthier and more productive when going through tough times.
TAO is a self-help resource for students, faculty and staff available anytime, anywhere. Try TAO's online library of engaging, interactive programs to learn life skills and to help you bounce back from disappointments in life. Unsure about counseling? Schedule jam-packed? Check out TAO for:
- Interactive Modules
Practice Tools & Daily Logs
Sign up here with your CMU email. Once you create an account, download the TAO mobile app for access on-the-go!
“Walk in Wednesdays”
The Counseling Center is offering “walk in” mini consultation sessions for students to meet with a counselor on Wednesday afternoons, from 1-4:30 pm. These are not full counseling sessions, but will be offered as an alternative to the traditional counseling hour.
These mini-consultation times are most appropriate for students who are:
- unsure about counseling and want to explore the options
- for students who want to problem solve a specific concern
- for students who have concerns about a friend
- for students who are seeking needed resources
- for students who are in between scheduled appointments and need a quick consultation
- for students who are waiting for an initial consultation appointment
Appointment times will be offered until filled. “Walk in” appointments will not be scheduled in advance. Students are asked to come 20 minutes
early to complete necessary paperwork.
About the Counseling Center
Mental health professionals and a few carefully selected graduate student trainees staff the Counseling Center. The center provides free and confidential counseling services on the Mount Pleasant campus for currently enrolled CMU students dealing with various issues and concerns that may negatively impact their academic success, interpersonal relationships, health, or safety. Services include short-term/time-limited individual and group counseling, consultation, and referral for:
Personal Issues -
Dealing with personal issues such as an urgent situation or crisis, anxiety, depression, loneliness, transition to college concerns, identity, alcohol and drug abuse, eating concerns, stress management, relationship concerns, family stress, loss, relapse prevention, sexual orientation, strengthening coping skills, and personal growth development.
Academic Success - Improving academic success by reducing stress and focused anxiety (e.g., test, math, speech) and learning time management skills.
Survivor Support - Assisting primary and secondary survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and harassment.
Community Referral - Community referral information is available online at Counseling Resource Sheet 2019.pdf or at the Counseling Center located in
102 Foust Hall
Urgent appointments — Urgent appointments are available daily for safety concerns or concerns requiring immediate attention.