Self-care is Important
Charleston Southern University’s Counseling Services office offers professional mental health services in the form of personal counseling from a faith-informed, multicultural perspective. Our counselors are familiar with using nonfaith-based approaches if that is preferred, along with biblical or integrative approaches (Christian theology and psychology). Our goal is always to work with students in a collaborative, goal-oriented counseling approach.
We offer short-term, professional services for a wide range of issues including (but not limited to):
- Generalized Anxiety
- Social Anxiety
- Eating Concerns
- Academic Problems
- Anger Management
- Substance Abuse
- Relationship Issues
- Stress and Time Management
To schedule an appointment: 843-863-8010
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: call 988
Mobile Crisis: 843-414-2350
Trident 211: 843-744-4357
In-State Online Students or students who cannot make on-campus appointments may request sessions conducted remotely by Zoom. However, please note that counselors must be licensed in a given state to offer services. If you are an out-of-state Online student, please refer to the Counseling Resources page for other options for online help or refer to a counselor in your state of residence.
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Veterans Integration to Academic Leadership (V.I.T.A.L.) Initiative
The mission of VITAL is to provide world-class healthcare and improve the overall mental health of Veterans, while supporting their successful integration into college and university campuses through:
- Promotion of positive cohesion between Veterans and the entire learning community through campus and community clinical education and training.
- Seamless access to VA healthcare services and on-campus clinical counseling.
- Providing efficient care coordination of all available services.
Please contact Charles West at 843-259-3495 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a military ID, you can also go to the Goose Creek VA Clinic 843-577-5011, x3100 for mental health services.
To speak with someone about getting help or for information about mental health and community resources, please call Trident United Way’s 2-1-1 Hotline or 843-744-HELP (4357) from a mobile phone.
Counseling Services is excited to offer exceptional learning experiences and clinical supervision for graduate students looking to complete their practicum or internship requirements for their Masters in a counseling related field. To find out more please contact 843-863-8010, or email the Director, Kim Perkins, at: email@example.com.
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