Counseling and Psychological Services

Students in Atwood Memorial Center

Counseling and Psychological Services

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As we transition into a post-COVID world, Counseling and Psychological Services is adjusting how we offer our services, whether you are calling us for the first time or you are already working with one of our clinical staff.

Currently, we are offering in-person or private Zoom video appointments for routine requests. Give us a call to set up a routine appointment via phone or the link below.

Please note, if you or someone you care about is in crisis, you are able to walk into Eastman Hall and request to see a clinical staff person (hours listed below). We ask that you please wear a mask, per CDC guidelines, for medical facilities.

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We are open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

If you need to talk to one of us, please call us at 320-308-3171.

You will also find lots of good self-help links in our resources section.

Take care and have a wonderful summer!

Counseling and Psychological Services staff

Telephone: 320-308-3171
Location: Eastman Hall 305
Hours: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday

After Hours

Use any of these crisis resources:

Counseling & Psychological Services Statement on Anti-Racism

Dear Campus Community,

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) joins the rest of the St. Cloud State University (SCSU) community in expressing our grief, sorrow and compassion to all those who have been, and continue to be, impacted by the race-based violence occurring across our nation. In response to the recent murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, CAPS staff want to express our outrage and deep grief about these deaths and the overall impact of systemic and institutional racism on our SCSU community. These murders, along with countless others, represent a long history of anti-Black violence in our nation. As a Center, we are committed to undoing racism and supporting those most impacted by oppression and injustice, especially our Black students, staff, and faculty. The work of justice belongs to all of us, particularly to those of us who benefit from white privilege and race-based oppression.

Jennifer Rocheleau Dorholt, PsyD, LP
Bruce MacBeth, MS, LPCC, NCC
Sarah Meisinger, MSW, LICSW
Charlene Hanisch Theisen, MS, LICSW
Jason McCarty, PsyD, LP
Nancy Rassier, Office Manager

 

 

 

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