Our Services

Services Offered

 

Individual Therapy/Counseling: The UCC offers individual therapy for any student who wants to explore aspects of his/her personal concerns one-to-one with a therapist.

Group Therapy: Group therapy offers the unique opportunity of joining small groups of students who share common concerns, explore personal issues, and learn new skills to facilitate change. We offer general therapy groups, groups focusing on specific populations and groups focusing on specific issues. Groups are formed at the beginning of the semester and typically meet once a week.

Outreach and Consultation: In addition to working with students individually, the UCC offers educational programs to the larger University community (i.e., residential life, academic departments, athletics, and student organizations).

SIGI-3 Assessment Tool: SIGI-3 is an interactive career planning and assessment program provided by the UCC. The tool helps students examine motivators and matches work-related values, interests, and skills to educational and career pathways. Individuals can explore a range of options based on their personal choices. SIGI3 integrates self-assessment with in-depth and up-to-date career information that is easy to use and provides students and adults with a realistic view of the best educational and career options for their future success.

*The access code for Sigi3 initial logon is UCC07.

Office of Disability Services (ODS), Mrs. Patricia R. Hebert, Coordinator: The ODS is a student service that falls under the leadership of the UCC. The ODS office services registered students who qualify for accommodations under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and its Amendments (ADA).

"Persons with a disability" means any person who:

  1. Has a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one or more major life activities, e.g., walking, seeing, hearing, speaking, breathing, learning, and working;
  2. Has a record of such impairment that has been documented prior to age 12; or
  3. Is regarded as having such an impairment.
 
Additional Services Offered:

 

Abuse concerns, e.g., early childhood, relationships

ADHD Spectrum testing and accommodations

Anxiety/depression/stress

Crisis management

Grief/loss concerns

Individual/couple’s therapy

Loneliness

Low self-esteem

Outreach consultation

Procrastination

Relationship difficulties

SIGI3- a career development-exploration tool

Trauma issues

 

 

Phone: 225.771.2480 

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