Promoting and Supporting emotional well-being and healthy behavior
The Counseling Center offers free, confidential counseling services provided by mental health professionals to currently enrolled full-time undergraduate and graduate students in an atmosphere that is welcoming and comfortable for all students.
The professional staff of the Counseling Center recognizes that the challenges of college life require a variety of personal strengths and problem solving skills. Counselors are available to assist students enhance their strengths and develop their abilities to effectively cope with the experiences of living, growing and learning at Drexel.
The type of issues that students most frequently bring to the Counseling Center include anxiety related problems, depression, family concerns, relationship issues, adjustment issues, eating disorders, alcohol and drug related problems and questions about sexual identity. Students also seek treatment and/or support for significant, previously diagnosed psychological disorders. The professionally licensed staff is trained to manage these issues.
Referrals may also be provided if requested or if mutually deemed appropriate.
There are two locations for your convenience, with one on the University City Campus and the other on the Center City Campus.
Students on co-op can make arrangements for evening appointments.
- To make an appointment for services on the University City campus, you may visit Suite 201 of the Creese Student Center, call 215-895-1415, or email email@example.com.
- For an appointment on the Center City campus, visit Suite 315 of the Bellet Building, call 215-762-7625, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For crisis counseling / emergencies to reach an on-call counselor after regular business hours, please call 215-416-3337.
Take Back the Night event
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
6:00 PM-12:00 AM
The sisters of Sigma Psi Zeta would like to invite you to the tenth annual Take Back The Night in honor of our national philanthropy to combat the violence against women and to spread awareness of domestic violence.
Domestic violence is the physical or sexual assault and abusive actions pursued by one intimate partner against another. Today, both men and women are still affected by domestic violence. In fact, 1 in 4 has/will experience domestic violence in their lifetime. Such actions lead to physical pain, irreversible mental damage, and often even death.
Contact Elizabeth Kwong (email@example.com) or Stephanie Tran (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.