Welcome to the Counseling Center

 

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The Counseling Center offers a wide range of services designed to support and challenge the personal growth, academic success and emotional health of currently enrolled UNCG students, as well as services and programs to promote positive mental health throughout the University community. As a unit within Student Health Services, the staff of the Counseling Center provides services that not only enhance the quality of students’ college experiences but also contributes to their academic retention and success. The services may include: short term individual counseling, group therapy, workshops, crisis intervention, psychiatric services, consultation and outreach activities.

Our staff includes licensed Psychologists, Counselors, and Clinical Social Workers, and board certified Nurse Practitioners, as well as Graduate Trainees. We are committed to meeting the needs of people of diverse racial, ethnic and national backgrounds, gender, sexual/affectional orientations, mental and physical abilities, religious/spiritual beliefs, and socioeconomic backgrounds and all types of diversity.


If we are closed and this is an emergency, please contact Campus Police at (336) 334-4444 (24 hour).
For Counseling Center After Hours Urgent Support, please call 336.334.5874.


Land Acknowledgement Statement

The Counseling Center would like to acknowledge that the land UNCG sits upon has long served as the site of meeting and exchange among a number of Indigenous peoples, specifically the Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation.

Additionally, North Carolina has been home to many Indigenous peoples at various points in time, including the tribes/nations of: Bear River/Bay River, Cape Fear, Catawba,Chowanoke, Coree/Coranine, Creek, Croatan, Eno, Hatteras, Keyauwee, Machapunga, Moratoc, Natchez, Neusiok, Pamlico, Shakori, Sara/Cheraw, Sissipahaw, Sugeree, Wateree, Weapemeoc, Woccon, Yadkin, and Yeopim.

Today, North Carolina recognizes 8 tribes: Coharie, Lumbee, Meherrin, Occaneechi Saponi, Haliwa Saponi, Waccamaw Siouan, Sappony, and the Eastern Band Cherokee.

This is our effort to honor and respect the diverse Indigenous peoples connected to this territory on which we gather.