What Kinds of Services are Offered?
Counseling services are provided to students by professionally trained staff and supervised interns. Counselors are available by appointment to help with exploring and understanding one's self and life in matters of individual, marital, family and vocational concerns. All counseling discussions are treated confidentially and referrals for more comprehensive assistance are arranged when desirable. An appointment with a counselor can be scheduled by calling (620) 341-5222 or by stopping by 250 SE Morse Hall.
Biofeedback Services teaches students to use biofeedback and other techniques for self-awareness and relaxation. Biofeedback can be useful for test anxiety reduction, problems with headaches, general relaxation training and self-regulation training and more.
ADAP: The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention program seeks to support students, faculty, and staff in creating and maintaining a campus environment that encourages and supports healthy lifestyles. Project services include consultations, referrals, interventions, presentations and research.
Classroom/On-Campus Presentations: Counselors or other Student Wellness Center staff are available by appointment to present on a wide variety of wellness topics. Topic ideas for presentations include conflict resolution, healthy relationships, managaing stress, time management, addiciton, and relaxation. Other topics are also available. To request a specific topic, call the Student Wellness Center to schedule.
Are There Fees?
There are no fees charged to Emporia State students for counseling or biofeedback appointments. Some fees may apply for specific services through the ADAP. We do charge a $10.00 "no show" fee if you miss your scheduled appointment and do not contact us in advance.