The office of Counseling & Psychological Services offers time-limited professional counseling services to students with personal problems and concerns such as:

  • Depression, stress, and anxiety
  • Family problems
  • Relationship problems
  • Academic problems
  • Alcohol and drug use issues
  • Understanding self
  • Sexual orientation, gender identity
  • Domestic violence/dating violence/sexual violence

Services are available to full-time, matriculated, undergraduate Kutztown University students at no additional cost and are confidential.  Ongoing counseling services are available for full-time students; consultation and referrals are provided for students who do not attend the university full-time.  Counseling is provided by doctoral- and masters-level counseling professionals who are also faculty members at the university and by supervised masters- and doctoral-level counselors-in-training who are supervised by the faculty.

NOTE: Graduate students seeking non-crisis related services are required to pay the per semester Health and Wellness Center fee.

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Available services include but are not limited to:

  • Individual and group counseling
  • Alcohol/drug counseling
  • Assessment and consultation
  • Crisis intervention
  • Community referrals
  • Psychiatric consultations on a limited basis
  • Psycho-educational presentations