Indiana University Southeast

Personal Counseling

Personal Counseling
Do I Need Counseling

What Are Personal Problems?

What Is Counseling Like?

What Methods of Counseling Will Be Used?

Common Indications of Increased Risk for Suicide

Counselor Obligations

All About Stress

How to Improve at Surviving Stressful Situations

Mental Health & Wellness Series

Alcohol/Drug Free Campus Info

What Methods of Counseling Will Be Used?

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Individual counseling is a collaborative process between you and a trained counselor to help you develop better coping strategies, resolve conflicts, heal from past trauma, and/or handle difficult situations. Our services are generally short-term (three to five sessions), though they may be longer in some circumstances. Appointments generally last 50 minutes. Your appointment will begin with you and your counselor talking about your concerns. As the dialogue progresses, you and your counselor will identify your needs and goals, develop a plan to address them, and begin the counseling process. The counselor's approach will be that of helping you help yourself and building skills for life-long mental health. 

It is not necessary for you to be referred to us. If you wish to be seen, feel free to call (812) 941-2244, Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Additional appointment times available upon request.

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