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

Alcohol/Drug Free Campus Info


What Are Personal Problems?

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A personal problem can be any situation which prevents a student from completely fulfilling his or her personal and/or educational goals. The problem may have its origin either on or off campus. The counselor provides the student an opportunity to discuss, in confidence, how this problem is affecting his/her life.

A professionally trained counselor can help you to focus on realistic solutions to such problems as home conflict, marital discord, peer conflict, personal discomfort, disillusionment, general unhappiness, inability to make decisions, and feelings of being overwhelmed by the demands of academic life.

Do you have a need for these services? If you are not certain, you can find out by talking to the counselor. You and the counselor can then determine if your problem requires further discussion and/or referral.

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