Counseling Services at Miami Middletown
Counseling is available through the Office of Student Affairs, 1 Johnston Hall. Students may make an appointment in person, by calling 513.727.3308/TDD for the Deaf: 513.727.3308, or by sending an email to email@example.com.
At times, everyone feels stressed, angry, depressed, anxious, or confused. Sometimes our interpersonal skills prevent us from expressing ourselves adequately. Sometimes, our values and goals conflict. Helpless? Hopeless? Suffering from low self-esteem? Not able to sleep, or sleeping too much? Maybe it's time to talk to a counselor. Don't be stuck in private despair. Make an appointment.
The counselor will not make decisions for you. You will learn to understand yourself, gain perspective, develop new skills, and mend relationships. You may discover a helpful community resource as well. Counseling is cost-free and confidential.
Note: A virtual pamphlet put out by a university may refer to services available only to students at that university. Other students should of course contact their own university student counseling center. Opinions expressed in a virtual pamphlet from one university do not necessarily reflect those of other universities.
Good for decision-making, planning, and even healing. Use the Virtual Pamphlets collected by Dr. Robert Hsiung. This may be a beginning. Seek counseling. Make an appointment in Room 1, Johnston Hall. Free and confidential.
Topics include the following:
- Alcohol and Substance Use
- Attention-Deficit Disorder
- Cultural Issues
- Eating Disorders
- Family and Childhood Issues
- Impulse Control
- Sexual Assault
- Sexual Harassment
- Sexual Orientation
- Study Skills
- Time Management
- Traumatic Events
- For Concerned Others
Also be sure to check out these helpful videos at the Gardner-Harvey Library.
- Adam's Apple - Five college men talk about jealousy, dating, success, rape, dads, and more
- Choices: A Suicide Prevention Program - A comprehensive seminar on youth suicide
- Reasonable Accommodations of the Enabling Kind - Job analysis, ADA, screening applicants, etc.
- Surviving Rape: A Journey Through Grief - Victims feel intense emotional pain. Five women talk about shame, guilt, and self-love
- Trying to Get Some Dignity - Sexual and child abuse video. A tool for recovery.