Student Health and Counseling - Counseling
Welcome to the Henderson State University Counseling Center
We invite you to learn more about us by exploring this website and by calling or visiting us.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call 230-5102 or contact the HSU Police Department (230-5098), a Residence Assistant or 911 immediately. You may "walk-in" to the Counseling during business hours without an appointment.
- Individual Counseling. Professional counselors provide one-one-one consultation for Henderson students and staff who require in-depth or definitive therapy.
- Group Therapy. Group therapy is also available to provide peer support in times of need.
- Referrals. The University Counseling Center's staff refers students to specialists if there is a need for extra psychological support.
Click here for a brochure on the Health and Counseling Center
The Mission of the Health and Counseling Center
The Primary mission is to promote and enhance the quality of life of Henderson State University students and aid their retention by offering prevention and early treatment or referral for physical, developmental, emotional, or interpersonal difficulties that arise during the educational process.
* The Henderson State University Counseling Center is directly affiliated with the HSU Health Center, find more information by clicking here
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