Mission of Counseling Services: To provide confidential, professional counseling services in a Christian atmosphere to assist students dealing with emotional, psychological, social, and/or spiritual needs.
College students face many obstacles and difficulties. Sometimes these obstacles can become quite overwhelming. Talking with a counselor can help these struggles seem less stressful and can help resolve personal issues. The Office of Counseling Services provides confidential counseling in a caring atmosphere to assist students in dealing with their innermost needs. Sometimes a one-time consultation may be enough to get students started in a helpful direction. Sometimes more intense services are necessary. By providing assessments, individual counseling, group counseling, and referral services, students will have the opportunities to develop into more confident, mature individuals who can achieve academic and personal success.
What kinds of services are offered?
• Free, confidential, professional counseling for students by licensed professionals
• Mental health screenings and assessments
• Seminars for mental health awareness and coping skills
• Group Counseling
• Referral Services
• Educational information and resources regarding mental health
What are the most common problems and issues addressed at the Office of Counseling Services?
• Chemical Substance Abuse
• Anger Management
• Stress Reduction
• Painful past of family life
Who will counsel with you?
Mrs. Rebecca Price, MEd, LPCC, QSAP, worked nine years at Adanta Behavioral Health Services before opening a private practice in 2010. She is a full-time employee with the Office of Counseling Services.
Counselors at the Office of Counseling Services maintain client confidentiality to the fullest extent allowed by law, professional ethics, and institutional rules. Students will be informed about the counselor's commitment to confidentiality and its limits before engaging in counseling. In the event that the counselors want to obtain or request information from another professional staff, the student would be asked to give written permission in order for the information to be shared. The only exception to the written permission would be in the case of life threatening events and/or the student's safety.
Please call the Office of Counseling Services at (270)789-5070 for appointments.
Our office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The office is located at 312 N. Columbia Ave., across the street from the School of Nursing, and next door to CVS Pharmacy.
College can be an exciting, pleasurable, but sometimes difficult challenge. To help students cope with the everyday stresses of college life, we would like to introduce to you Ulifeline. Developed by the nationally recognized Jed Foundation, working with University of Arizona Counseling and Psychological Services, Ulifeline is a unique and powerful mental health resource for students. It is free; personal and anonymous; designed specifically for college students; and easily accessed 24-7. We invite you to visit www.Ulifeline.org to check out any of these services:
• A self-screening program for you to take if you are concerned about your own feelings or emotions or those of a friend.
• A program that will answer questions about mental health issues.
• A vast mental health resource library.
• Links to our office here on Campbellsville University's Campus.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
If you are in crisis call 1.800.273.TALK (1.800.273.8255)
• Call for yourself
• Call for someone you care about
• Call to talk
• Call to get help
• Call to save a life