Every college student experiences many changes during their years at school. Pressures that inevitably come with academic life, combined with social, emotional, and financial pressures and spiritual growth sometimes lead to anxiety, depression and self doubt. Seeking an objective and professional perspective is a mature response when you begin to feel overwhelmed.
SWCU Student Counseling Services exist to serve SWCU students. As you strive to realize your full potential, emotionally, spiritually, and academically, we are committed to provide professional counseling from a Christian worldview perspective.
When to Seek Counseling:
Some of the issues for which counseling may be helpful:
- Adjusting to college
- Stress & Time Management
- Dealing with a crisis
- Decision making
- Anger Management
- Relationship concerns (family, friends etc.)
- Grief & loss
- Sexual concerns
- Problems with food, eating disorders etc.
- Sexual Assault & rape
- Personal growth & self esteem
- A history of physical, sexual or emotional abuse
- Alcohol or drug misuse/abuse
- Addictions, etc...