Highlights

 

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Contact Information

Counseling Center
Wellness Center, McLean Hall II, Ground Floor
Weekdays 8:30am-5:00pm
(Summer Hours:  Weekdays 8:30am-4:00pm)
717-477-1481

The University Counseling Center is fully accredited by
the International Association of Counseling Services, Inc. 

As a client, all information you share about yourself will be kept confidential.  Only with your written permission will information be released to anyone outside of the UCC except as required by law.  Legal exceptions include the following: clear and imminent danger to you or someone else, reasonable suspicion of child or elder abuse, or a court order.  UCC records do not become part of student educational records.  While UCC staff members may consult with a supervisor or with one another, all staff members are ethically and legally bound to also treat that information confidentially.

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Screenings

Mental Health Screening (year-round)

This nationwide program provides screening for four of the most common and frequently co-occurring mental disorders: depression, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Confidential, anonymous screening is available year-round.

 

Alcohol Screening (year-round)

Do you ever drink so much that you cannot remember what happened? Are others concerned about your drinking habits? Have you tried to cut back on your drinking but couldn't? If you think you may have issues with alcohol then you may want to take this confidential and anonymous screening that is available year-round.

Eating Disorder Screening

Was your New Year's resolution to lose weight?

While many people start the New year with a new diet, for some people dieting can lead to unhealthy attitudes towards food and body image. When weight, food, or exercise start to dominate your thoughts and take you away from the people and activities in your life, it may be a sign that you are struggling with an eating disorder.

If you are concerned for your own or a friend's relationship with food and/or their body, please take advantage of the free online mental health screening offered by Shippensburg University by clicking on the link below. Make your health, not your weight, a priority this year. Resources are available to help you, so please take the first step towards connecting to them.