Counseling Services

Personal Counseling

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
  • 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?

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Chemical Substance Abuse
  • Homesickness
  • Relationships
  • Anger Management
  • Stress Reduction
  • Painful past of family life
  • Grief

Who will counsel with you?

Erin Jarrett, Director of Counseling

Erin is a Marriage and Family Therapy Associate, Licensed School Guidance Counseling, Drug and Alcohol Counselor, Trained EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Clinician, Behavioral Coach and Author. Erin has a great passion and true love for working with students and helping them to succeed.

Sara Mardis, CSW, Counselor

Sara has experience working as a Behavior Therapist for children and youth. She also has experience working with individuals and families of all ages suffering from intellectual and developmental disabilities.  She is a full-time employee with the Office of Counseling Services.

Misty Curry, CSW

Misty has 10 years of social work experience working with individuals and families of all ages. She was the founding Director of Green River Ministries Homeless Shelter, provided employment services in the public sector, and provided mental health counseling to adults and children in a private medical practice. She is a Certified Social Worker who 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.


The CU-Well Counseling Center provides consultation and counseling services for students currently enrolled at Campbellsville University. Therapists are required to, by law and by standards to which mental health professionals must adhere, ensure persons are aware of the limits of confidentiality and provide consent to meet with the therapist. Should a student seek services following a consultation, they will be required to follow the Intake Process of the CU-Well. 

Students desiring to be seen via teletherapy or on campus, Harrodsburg or Campbellsville, will be scheduled for the first available appointment. Counselors/therapists providing counseling services through the CU-Well are only able to work with students who are physically in the state of Kentucky because of the laws that govern the practice of mental health providers. Students outside of the state of Kentucky must seek services from a licensed mental health professional in the state they live.

Enrolled students can request therapy services by calling the CU-Well intake line, 502-694-1444, or by logging into, clicking on “clients” in the upper right corner of the page, completing the “Schedule Counseling” form, and submitting the request.  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.

Students living on campus may request a one-time consultation session with an on-campus counselor/therapist during office hours. There is an abbreviated intake form the student must complete to meet with a counselor/therapist that will be provided at the counseling center. If the student decides to seek ongoing services after the consultation, they will be required to complete the full intake packet available by calling the CU-Well intake line or completing an online request for counseling services mentioned earlier.

Our office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The office is located in the Office of Student Services, 101 University Drive, Campbellsville, KY 42718.



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 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.

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
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