Summer 2020 ServicesPage address: http://www.mnsu.edu/counseling/summer2020.html
The Counseling Center is deeply saddened and angered by the horrific injustice of the death of George Floyd. Our hearts go out to his loved ones as well as the Black community and we stand united with those calling for justice and accountability. We are available for MSU students who need a safe place to talk or get connected with resources; please contact us at email@example.com or 507-389-1455.
The Counseling Center stands in support of communities of color: “As you take steps to protect your health and that of others, keep in mind that we are fighting a virus, not members of our communities. Discrimination, stereotypes, xenophobia, and racism remain as harmful to our campus and local communities as before the emergence of COVID-19.”
***If you are in crisis and need immediate assistance, click here.
The Counseling Center will not be providing clinical services from July 27 through August 24 as we prepare for students to return to campus. During this time, the Counseling Center can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 507-389-1455.
To schedule a screening appointment with a psychologist, please call 507-389-1455 or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment. After your screening, you may be referred to one or more of the services described below.
On Demand Presentations (available for everyone)
Workshops and Seminars
The Counseling Center is offering Getting Unstuck (coping skills for depression) and Anxiety Toolbox (coping skills for anxiety) workshops this summer. These workshops are three sessions long and focus on teaching coping skills specific to your circumstances. One-session seminars on topics such as Stress Management will also be offered.
The Counseling Center is offering telemental health counseling for students who reside in Minnesota. If you reside outside the state of Minnesota, please contact us to determine your eligibility for services at at 507-389-1455 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do what you can to be gentle with yourself and others during this stressful time. We will continue to follow CDC and University guidelines to protect the health of our community members, our loved ones, and others.
- For resources related to managing distress related to COVID-19, click here
- For additional self-guided supports, click here
- United Healthcare FREE emotional support line: 866-352-6892