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Services Offered include (but not limited to):

  • Individual Therapy/Counseling
  • Group Therapy/Counseling
  • Suicide Prevention and Education
  • Problem Solving
  • Time Management Skills Building
  • Couples Therapy/Counseling
  • Brief Crisis Intervention/Stabilization
  • Relaxation Training
  • Distress Tolerance Skills Building
  • Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse

Assessment/Counseling: 

The Dahlonega, Gainesville, Oconee and Cumming campuses provide counseling and referral to students who experience problems with their use of alcohol and other drugs (including prescription drugs, nicotine, caffeine, and others). Counselors can also help students who are struggling with other compulsive or addictive behaviors or substances (including pornography and eating disorders). Prime for Life services are available for students mandated for alcohol and drug assessments and classes (Call individual campuses for scheduling of these classes.).

Issues That Often Bring Students to Counseling:

Anxiety and Test Anxiety Depression                    
Adjustment to college Disordered Eating (bingeing, purging, restricting)
Sexual Orientation & Gender Issues Cultural & Ethnic identity and acculturation
Anger Management Military and Deployment issues
Relationship issues, conflict, loss  Sexual Dysfunction
Rape/Sexual Assault Drug & Alcohol Abuse & Addiction
Grief, Loss, Separation Academic confusion & indecision
Crises, Assessments, Referrals Self-empowerment
Broken Hearted?
breaking up is hard to do

We can help.

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