Common Student Concerns College is a time of great personal growth. Students often encounter a number of concerns during the course of their academic experience. Among some of the challenges faced by students are: Anxiety and stress Managing time, stress, study skills, and tests
Hours Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m.â€”8:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m.â€”5:00 p.m. (Evening and summer hours are subject to change.)
Emergency Contact If you experience a mental health emergency after hours, please contact:
Crisis and Information Center (502) 589-4313
Feelings of isolation or loneliness Alcohol or substance use or abuse
Emergency Psychiatry at University of Louisville Hospital (502) 562-3210
Anorexia, or Bulimia
Abuse or trauma
University Police (502) 852-6111
Adjustment to college Academic difficulties Cultural differences
Health Science Campus Counseling Center (502) 852-0996
Family difficulties Grief and loss Sexuality and sexual identity issues Anger Lack of motivation Inability to concentration
University of Louisville Counseling Center Student Health and Counseling Center Building 2207 S. Brook St. Louisville, KY 40292
(502) 852-6585 http://louisville.edu/counseling
Suicidal thoughts The University of Louisville is an equal opportunity institution. This publication was prepared by the University of Louisville and printed with state funds KRS 57.375.
Promoting the Psychological Health of All Students
General Information Eligibility
All currently enrolled University of Louisville students are eligible to use the services of the Counseling Center. Cost
Members of the Counseling Center Staff understand the issues related to transition and deployment. If the staff can not meet your needs, you will be referred to the appropriate services.
Individual counseling, group counseling, consultation and referral services are provided to currently enrolled students at no charge.
Learning Disability and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Assessments
Counseling Services The Counseling Center offers professional mental health and consultation services to all currently enrolled University of Louisville students at no cost. Services include: Individual Counseling Crisis Intervention and Referral Group Counseling Couples Counseling* Medication Management Referral Classroom Presentations Outreach Consultation * One partner must be a currently enrolled student
All communication within the Counseling Center is confidential. Information regarding the content of interviews or the results of testing can only be released with the written permission of the client. The exceptions to this policy are: hen the information relates to â€˘ W clear and imminent danger to an individual. â€˘ When state law requires the reporting of information (threats of violence, child abuse or neglect). â€˘ When information is requested by court order. Any disclosure in these situations will be made to the appropriate authority and will be limited to material directly pertinent to the issue involved. Appointments Can be made by calling the Counseling Center at (502) 852-6585 or stopping by the office.
Do you need documentation for classroom accommodations or accommodations on national exams? Currently enrolled University of Louisville students can be tested for LD or ADHD for a reasonable fee. Call 852-6585 to schedule an assessment.
Mission The Counseling Center supports the academic mission of the University of Louisville by providing quality mental health services and programs to assist students in achieving their personal and educational goals. We also contribute to the broader mission of the University by providing training for new mental health professionals. The Counseling Center operates on a short-term therapy model. The number of visits is determined on an individual basis, but is not unlimited.