It can be helpful to talk to a someone, outside of your circle of family and friends, who can provide confidential, non-judgmental, and objective support.

Students have said that speaking with a counselor helps them to learn how to:

  • sort out life issues
  • understand themselves
  • develop confidence
  • express emotions appropriately
  • communicate effectively
  • make healthy decisions
  • problem solve
  • enhance relationships
  • assume responsibility for their lives
  • develop and pursue life goals
  • assist with educational planning

Consider visiting the Counseling Office if you need help with:

  • Self-esteem
  • Stress management
  • Anxiety and/or Depression
  • Relationships
  • Adjusting to College life
  • Bereavement and Loss
  • Divorce & Family issues
  • Suicidal/Homicidal Thinking & Behavior
  • Trauma
  • Anger Management
  • Substance abuse
  • Sexual Identity, Gender Identity, and LGBTQ concerns
  • Eating disorders & Body Image
  • Sexual Assault & Harassment
  • Domestic & Dating Violence
  • Dealing with Physical Disability
  • Dealing with Chronic Psychiatric Illness
  • Test taking and Study strategies
  • Time management

Additional Resources

In some cases, referrals are made to resources outside of County College of Morris.