Call 911 in the event of a medical emergency. If you are experiencing mental health difficulties, call Stetson Public Safety (386.822.7300) and ask to speak with the on-call counselor. Additional emergency information is also available.
If you or someone you know is experiencing difficulties, please contact us.
What is counseling?
Visit the About Counseling page to learn more about what counseling is and how it can benefit you.
What does the Counseling Center do?
Stetson's Counseling Center provides mental health services for students dealing with personal, social, academic, or career concerns. These services help students achieve a more satisfying educational and life experience at Stetson. The Counseling Center's services are confidential and free to all currently enrolled students.
The Counseling Center can help with a wide range of concerns, such as:
- relationship difficulties
- family problems
- low self-esteem
- GLBT/sexuality concerns
How do I begin counseling?
To begin counseling, contact the Counseling Center. When you first meet with a counselor, you will provide background information and discuss your current needs.
We recommend that you schedule your appointment by phone, but you are also welcome to visit the Counseling Center in-person for assistance.