Frequently Asked Questions
To meet with someone in Personal Counseling, you first need to fill out intake paperwork, which consists of three forms:
- A white intake form
- A blue information and Consent/ Policy form
- A yellow HIPAA (confidentiality) form.
After you have completed the intake forms, you may set up an appointment or visit us for a walk-in consultation. Unfortunately, appointments cannot be made over the phone. You must schedule your appointments in person at the Personal Counseling office (D-203).
We are here to give you extra support. We provide:
- Short-term personal counseling, information, and referrals.
- Help with stress, anxiety, depression/deep sadness, attention, and concentration
- Help with controlling interfering negative thoughts, relationships issues and so much more!
Availability depends on the time of year you visit, your availability, and the availability of the intern or doctor. Typically, you can expect to wait 1-4 weeks for an appointment.
Appointments start as early as 8 am and as late as 6 pm (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday). Please stop by our office to get a full list of our current availabilities.
If you don’t want to wait for an appointment, you have the option to come in for a (20 minute) same day walk-in consultation. Walk-ins are available on Monday through Friday, at the hours listed on the "Contact" page.
Our office offers ADHD assessment evaluations. Students who are interested in receiving an ADHD assessment need to:
- Read and sign our testing protocol.
- Be enrolled in at least two academic classes
- Have a current education plan completed by a PCC counselor.
If you are interested, you are encouraged to visit our office to start the process and place your name on the waitlist to be tested for ADHD.