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News Release: 9/24/2020

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September 24, 2020

IUPUC’s own Tom and Barbara Schoellkopf Community Counseling Center is now offering FREE, confidential, virtual counseling services for students, community members, and military families! Under the direct supervision of licensed mental health providers, graduate students from the Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling Program can help you learn to overcome or cope with depression, anxiety, career uncertainty, relationship issues, life difficulties, grief, parenting concerns, stress, and other issues. 

All you need is a cellphone, computer, or tablet capable of Video Zoom, a private space on your end (so that your conversations are not overheard), and a willingness to work with a graduate-level mental health provider in training. Counselors-in-training are directly supervised by experienced, doctoral level licensed mental health professionals who may join in from time to time to make sure you are getting amazing care! 

Getting started is easy! Just visit  iupuc.edu/tbsc and click the “Request Service” link at the bottom of the page. We will then send you a link to our Online Intake Packet for you to complete. Make your request at any time! If we can help, you will be assigned to a student therapist, who will contact you directly to set up your first appointment!
 

We are here to help!

The Tom and Barbara Schoellkopf Community Counseling Center is NOT open for drop-in/in-person service. All services are virtual through the COVID 19 pandemic.

 
Contact:
Diedra Hayman
dhayman@iu.edu, (812) 348-7241

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