Counseling Center Alert
Important COVID-19 Updates for Counseling Center!
At this time, Vincennes University Counseling Center will be providing modified services. Face to face services will depend on Vincennes University's Policies regarding COVID-19.
Services: Appointments will be conducted either face to face or via teletherapy. If students choose face to face, a mask must be worn at all times.
Mental Health Emergency: If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, M-F, 8-4:30, come by the office and someone will assist you or you can all the office at 812-888-4374. If it occurs after hours, please call 911 or contact the VUPD at 5555
How to make an appointment: Please go to the Appointment and staff link or https://www.vinu.edu/web/guest/appointments-and-staff to find the 3 easy ways to start services and make an appointment.
The mission of the Vincennes University Counseling Center is to facilitate the academic and personal success of Vincennes campus students by providing emotional counseling and psychotherapeutic services to VU students who are experiencing a personal problem that interferes with their ability to function in a college environment.
The Counseling Center provides confidential emotional counseling and consultation to all VU students. A variety of situations can arise that require assistance beyond the help friends and relatives can give. While some individuals seek assistance when they are in a state of crisis, it is certainly not necessary to have a serious problem in order to seek the assistance of a professional counselor.
The Counseling Center invites you to check out their Google Site where you can find information on the services offered, resources and upcoming events including a monthly Wellness Spotlight!
Counseling is a process which allows a person to:
- openly explore his or her concerns,
- deal with personal feelings,
- consider alternatives, and
- clarify goals in a supportive atmosphere.
Concerns addressed in the counseling setting cover a wide variety of issues and often include relationship difficulties, major life transitions, academic difficulties, stress management, sexuality, alcohol or drug abuse, eating disorders, or depression.
Most clients are seen on a weekly basis for approximately one hour. The number of visits varies with each individual. Some individuals just need someone to talk things over with, whereas others require more extensive contact. In addition to direct therapeutic services, referrals to local social service agencies and medical resources are facilitated when appropriate.
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Shake Learning Resource Center, Room 134
1002 N. First Street,
Vincennes, IN 47591
For Title IX questions, concerns or issues:
Title IX University Coordinator
Welsh Administration Building, Room 119