Counseling Access Line: 770-278-1300
Free and confidential personal counseling
Emotional pain, like physical pain, is a signal that something needs to change. Students know to see a doctor for an ache or cough that won’t go away, but where can students turn for support and guidance for the anxiety or feelings of depression that won’t go away? For some students, counseling can be part of the solution.
- Counselors act as facilitators to help students better understand themselves and the world around them.
- Counselors work with students to help them understand and explore how their feelings and thoughts influence their choices, decisions and actions.
- Counselors help students develop more effective coping and problem-solving skills.
The Counseling Services team is committed to helping students be well, so that they can do well by providing individual counseling sessions, group counseling, couples counseling and mind-body services that are free of charge to enrolled Georgia State University students.
Who Should Seek Counseling?
Students may benefit from counseling when their usual way of handling problems is no longer working. Counseling Services will provide the opportunity for students to look at their situation in a different way and to identify, understand and develop skills to resolve their individual concerns.
Transitioning From a Two Year to a Four Year University
Wednesday, April 5: 6 – 7 p.m.
Students who are experiencing anxiety about transitioning to a four year institution should join this webinar to discuss myths associated with two and four year institutions and to identify ways to alleviate stress and anxiety during the transition.