Confidential individual and group counseling can be a helpful way to address problems related to life stress, academic difficulties, career concerns, and personal concerns such as relational difficulties or depression. A counselor will not try to “fix” your problems or make you do anything. Instead he or she can ask questions and make observations that may help you get new perspectives on your concerns, and new ideas on how to solve them.
Offers individual and group counseling, career and personality testing, and crisis counseling to students at the University of Minnesota, Morris.
- Personal counseling to address mental health issues (e.g. depression, anxiety)relationship concerns, and/or stress-related concerns
- Career counseling to assist with choice of major and career decision-making
- Academic counseling to address barriers to academic success (e.g., procrastination, motivation, perfectionism)
- Study skill assistance
- Crisis consultation
- What to Expect from Individual Counseling »
- What to Expect from Group Counseling »
- Workshops, support groups, and programs
- Descriptions of the current offering of programs by Student Counseling and the Wellness Center.
Office of Academic Success is comprised of the Disability Resource Center and Academic Assistance Center. The Academic Assistance Center provides academic counseling, strategies and tutoring. At the Disability Resource Center, students with documented disabilities can receive course accommodations.
Health Services is an outpatient health care facility providing service to UMM students, assuring them on-campus access to physicians and nursing staff, medical treatment, routine laboratory tests, immunizations, and some prescription drugs. Health Services will be able to refer students to community resources for more complex mental health needs.