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The Counseling Center’s mission is to encourage, support, and assist students in their educational pursuit by providing a broad range of psychological counseling and educational services to deal with personal, interpersonal, vocational, and academic issues. Counseling services are provided by licensed mental health professionals and interns under their supervision and are confidential, as protected by law.
- Addresses personal concerns that may interfere with productive emotional functioning and academic success.
- Personal concerns including: anger management, family and relationship problems, depression, anxiety, and stress, adjustment to college, body image, self-esteem and more.
- Career assessment and interpretation of assessment results.
- Strong Interest Inventory and Myers Briggs Type Indicator are reliable and valid psychological testing instruments administered and interpreted exclusively by trained and licensed mental health counselors.
- Personal and individualized sessions to explore personality type, interests, work values, interests and skills related to choice of major, career path and the world of work.
- Résumé review and professional job correspondence assistance.
OUTREACH, WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS:
- National Stalking Awareness Mindfulness Groups
- National Eating Disorder Awareness Week Brain Injury Awareness Month (TBI)
- National Alcohol Awareness Week & Screening Days STD Awareness Week
- National Suicide Prevention Week Stress Free Week
- National Depression Screening Day RAINN Day
- National Coming Out Day World AIDS Day
- Domestic Violence Awareness Month
- Feel free to stop by the Counseling Center to browse and choose from a wide variety of free self-help brochures.
Eligibility: All currently registered Purdue Calumet students are eligible for all services offered by the Counseling Center. Alumni are eligible for career counseling services. Staff and faculty are eligible for consultations.