Natalie Rusch, Ph.D., Mental Health Clinician, Nick Oleen-Junk, Practicum Clinician, Megan Cobb, Ph.D, Licensed Psychologist, Director of Personal Counseling Services .
Personal Counseling Services provides a range of services focused on the mental health and well-being of the Edgewood College community. Individual, group, and couples counseling are available to all enrolled students. All services are free and confidential.
We strive to offer a safe environment for people of all races, ethnicities, cultures, sexual identities, gender identities, religious or spiritual affiliations, abilities, classes, body shapes and sizes, and life experiences – all who reflect the rich diversity of the world’s cultures and perspectives.
Short-term counseling is available for help with issues such as:
- Adjustment to college and/or other life transitions
- Relationship difficulties
- Interpersonal issues
- Grief and loss
- Identity exploration (including but not limited to sexual identity or gender identity)
- Academic difficulties
- Family issues
- Trauma (e.g., combat, sexual assault, physical abuse, emotional abuse, neglect)
- Substance abuse
- Sexual assault
- Eating and/or Body Image Issues
- Stress management
- Managing a Personal Crisis
- Test Anxiety
- Suicidal Thoughts
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