Counseling Center

The purpose and mission of the Counseling Center at SUNO are to nurture each student holistically. The Counseling Center will provide support, counseling, and therapeutic services with the intent to reduce, prevent, and alleviate any feelings of discomfort or inadequacy, which may include but is not limited to depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, anger, hopelessness, guilt, shame, hurt, stress, abuse, etc.

This will be done by the delivery of counseling services and therapy from the university counselor through advanced interventions, evidence-based practices, and appropriate theories/approaches.

The purpose of the Counseling center is also to positively impact and enhance all students' mental health, personal development, and wellness. Students may attend individual and group counseling sessions.

 

Counseling Center
6400 Press Drive
University Center, 2nd Floor
New Orleans, Louisiana 70126
504-286-5127

 

If you experience a mental health emergency outside the Counseling Center's regular business hours of 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., please call 911. If your emergency occurs on the campus, in addition to calling 911, please contact SUNO's Campus Police at 504-286-5290. Additional emergency mental health resources include all hospital emergency rooms and the ViaLink 24-hour crisis line, which can be reached by dialing 211.

 

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