Counseling Services at Creighton University is where students can find understanding, acceptance, practical help and treatment to help them handle day-to-day challenges and encourage their personal growth and development.
Most students come to Counseling Services for assistance with some identifiable concern. Some typical concerns include self esteem issues, relationships, stress and anxiety, loneliness, depression, eating disorders and alcohol or drug abuse. Counseling Services offers assessment and psychological evaluation for academic success difficulties and mental health issues.
Individual counseling sessions typically last 50 minutes. Counseling can be an opportunity to talk about issues that are of concern to students with an objective person who can help them develop skills and view situations in ways that may enable them to be more effective in managing life's challenges down the road.