Reminder: August 1 is the deadline for students to submit their proof of COVID-19 vaccination for the Fall 2021 semester. For information on the vaccine mandate and helpful FAQs for the semester, click here.×
Along with the rest of the college's transition back to campus, the Counseling Center will reopen for in-person counseling sessions at the start of the fall 2021 semester! The Counseling Center staff is eager to support students-- whether you've been a client with us before or not-- and will be primarily offering in-person services and programs, with teletherapy sessions continuing to be offered by special request.
To schedule an appointment or speak with a counselor, starting the last week of August you are welcome to walk-in to the Counseling Center (located in Lammers Hall Annex) and speak with a member of our staff, or you can call (413) 572-5790 between the hours of 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday. You can also email the Counseling Center with scheduling or other non-urgent questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For information about crisis services, click the link on the right-hand side of this webpage "Crisis & Emergency Services."
Black Lives Matter.
The Counseling Center staff stands with our black, indigenous, and people of color students, staff and community members during this time of grief and protest following the senseless killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and so many others who are victims of ongoing racist violence.
To better support students during this difficult time, the Counseling Center will be offering a range of Virtual Wellness programming throughout the spring semester--from Virtual Pet Therapy to Relaxation Coaching sessions!
To schedule an appointment or speak with a counselor, please call (413) 572-5790 and leave a voicemail with a good number to call you back; one of our counselors will be in touch! You can also reach out with scheduling questions to the Counseling Center's email at: email@example.com
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