Huntington University advocates for students’ growth and wellbeing by offering free, confidential counseling to students in need. We know that life, especially a transitional period like college, can be tough; that’s why we’ve made it our goal to assist students with balancing life and their academic career.
Counseling services are available for a variety of situations — including anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and eating disorders — across the spectrum of emotional, academic, social, spiritual, premarital, and family counseling.
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Huntington University also works to connect students with outside counseling and mental health resources to further support them on their journey. A particularly useful resource is ULifeline (http://www.ulifeline.org/); this site provides crucial information about common issues such as depression, bipolar disorder, suicidal thoughts, eating disorders, anxiety, stress, alcohol, and drugs, cutting/self-harm, and much more. Also available are articles relating to the struggles college students experience, along with expert advice and commentary.
We want to make sure our Foresters thrive, but we cannot do so unless we know that you need help. If you or anyone you know is struggling, please do not hesitate to reach out to Counseling Services.