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Services Provided

Counseling is viewed as a helpful and sometimes necessary resource for students who are experiencing difficulties that interfere with academic and personal functioning.  Counseling programs and services focus on prevention and early intervention whenever possible. Common reasons students utilize services at CCS include:

  • Adjusting to college
  • Anxiety
  • Alcohol and substance abuse
  • Anger management
  • Depression
  • Eating and body image concerns
  • Grief and Loss
  • Homesickness
  • Self Care
  • Stress management/coping skills
  • Sexual assault/trauma
  • Self-esteem/self-confidence
  • Understanding one’s sexual/gender identity

General Services Offered

  • Individual Counseling (please create this as a button that will open to reveal text about individual counseling)
  • Group Counseling (please create this as a button that will open to reveal text about group counseling)
  • Workshops and Seminars (please create this as a button that will open to reveal text about workshops and seminars)
  • Career Counseling (please create this as a button that will open to reveal text about individual counseling)
  • Crisis Intervention – see (insert link for Crisis Services page) for information on crisis services
  • Outreach and Consultation – see (insert link for Outreach page) for information on educational programs and trainings
  • Referral to Community Resources – see (insert link for Thriving Campus and Community Referral page) for information on MU Thriving Campus Network and Community Referrals

For More Information

Counseling and Consultation Services
CCS@marian.edu
(317) 955-6150
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Clare Hall

For emergency services on weekends and after hours

Main Campus: (317) 955-6789
Ancilla Campus: 
(574) 935-1765,
or (317) 924-2750 and request to speak to the counselor on call.

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