Reality Check Fact #2

Over 50% of PSU students report having 4 or fewer drinks each week, if they drink at all.

Fact taken from 2009 NH Higher Education on line Alcohol and Drug Survey at PSU.

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Benefits of Counseling

Counseling is a process that can assist you with:

  • Clarifying a problem
  • Coping with depression
  • Developing increased confidence
  • Exploring opportunities for change
  • Improving personal skills
  • Learning to make better decisions
  • Managing anxiety

Some common counseling concerns include relationship difficulties with friends, roommates or family members; depression, stress, or anxiety; adjustment to college life; difficulty concentrating or studying; alcohol or drug use; eating concerns; sexual concerns; a variety of other issues or anything that you may want to discuss.

In our confidential sessions with you we will:

  • Encourage you to speak honestly
  • Support and guide you during tough times
  • Help you to cope better
  • Assist you with positive behavior changes

We will not…

  • Give you quick answers to complex concerns
  • Tell you what to do
  • Judge your behavior

Any and all contact with us is confidential.

  • No record of counseling is made on an academic transcript.
  • We will not confirm or deny your contact with us to anyone, including your parents, without your written release or as directed by law.
  • We will not release information about your counseling, except with your written permission or as directed by law

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