The mission of the Office of Counseling Services is to provide a professional and confidential setting for the psychological, emotional, spiritual, and developmental support in a Christian atmosphere, of a diverse body of students as they pursue academic goals and explore personal growth.
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.
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Amy has been working in the mental health field for 15 years. She has a Master’s degree of Theology in Pastoral Care and Counseling, and a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Over the past several years, Amy has worked in various private practices, in a community mental health clinic, and in several school settings working with individuals diagnosed with ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma-related symptoms, Grief, Autism and family-related concerns.
Wesley holds a Masters in MDiv, Masters of Marriage of Family Therapy, and a Doctorate (DMin) in Pastoral Care and Counseling. Dr. Wesley specializes in counseling for anxiety, panic disorders, anger management, and marital counseling. He strives to make a difference in the lives of those he works with. He utilizes his experiences, knowledge, and training to help individuals/couples gain better and more fulfilled lives.
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.
Enrolled students can request therapy services by calling the CU-Well intake line, 502-694-1444, or by logging into https://cu-well.com/, clicking on “clients” in the upper right corner of the page, completing the “Schedule Counseling” form, and submitting the request. Students can also walk into student services building on Main Campus during regular hours to consult with an on-site therapist. When calling or submitting a request online, the administrative assistant from the CU-Well will contact you to complete the paperwork required to be seen by one of our counselors/therapists. The office is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays. All appointments will be in the Student Services Building, located at 1 University Dr., Campbellsville, KY.
Currently, we are providing services both in-person and via telehealth to Harrodsburg and Campbellsville students. All satellite locations for Campbellsville University students are provided telehealth services. To determine how we can best support you, the initial session will be to determine the needs of the students. During counseling sessions, we will help you to work on specific treatment goals such as managing depression/anxiety, improving mood, improving interpersonal relationships, or managing stress. While we are able to address most mental health concerns, some may require a more specialized or intensive service that we will assist you in connecting to these resources within the community to support you with those needs.
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: