Counseling Services

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Counseling Services provides free and confidential mental health counseling to enrolled students for a wide range of issues, including relationship issues, anxiety, depression, trauma, adjustment to college, test anxiety and a many other concerns. We provide:

  • Counseling:   Individual, couples and group counseling 
  • Psychiatric Services:  Short term medication management.
  • Referral:  Assistance in locating additional sources of help, both on and off campus, including times when issues are beyond our scope of practice
  • Consultation: We consult with students, faculty, staff and concerned family members about problems students might be having. While we cannot discuss any specific client's information, we are happy to suggest ways of addressing certain kinds of behavior or help facilitate a referral to our office or to some other service. 

If you would like to schedule an appointment call 478 445 5331, email, stop by our office on West Campus, or if you already have a relationship with a counselor, you may email your counselor directly.  Counseling Services offers services in person as well as telehealth (video).

Mission Statement:  

"The mission of Georgia College Counseling Services is to enhance student success and promote a safe and healthy academic environment by attending to the psychological, emotional, and developmental wellbeing of students. We encourage personal responsibility, respect human dignity, and value the differences among people."

Counseling Services is a supportive and accepting environment for students of all belief systems and identities.    

In addition to Georgia College's Counseling Services department, a new mental health support program, called GC Mental Health is now available. The University System of Georgia has launched this program for all campuses to expand campus mental health resources. Contact GC Mental Health at 833-855-0085 and check out the different services offered on the GC Mental Health webpage.

If you are concerned about the wellbeing of any GC student for any reason, you can contact the CARE Team.  Anyone at risk for acting on thoughts of harming themselves or others, should seek help immediately by calling 911, the Georgia Crisis and Access Line at 1 800 715-4225 (for assistance with mental health or substance abuse issues) or the National Suicide Hotline 1 800 273-TALK (8255). 

To learn more about other campus and community resources to support mental health, visit Where Else Can I Get Support? or view the Georgia College Look Book (Georgia College Mental Health Initiative Mental Health Resource Handbook).  


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