Student Counseling Services

Student Counseling Services

Contact Us

location Green Hall 1830
Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
staff Counselors & Staff
staff studentcounselingservices@liberty.edu
phone (434) 582-2651
fax (434) 582-3904

After-Hours Emergency

For assistance after office hours, contact your RD or call LUPD at (434) 592-3911.

Speak Up!

Report concerning behaviors or incidents among the LU community through Speak Up, an incident reporting system. This includes Title IX anonymous reporting.

Speak Up

Going through a tough time? Have an immediate crisis? Need help with an ongoing mental health concern? We’re here to help. Get started today with Student Counseling Services (SCS) by making an appointment, attending group counseling, or reviewing our self-help guides


Mental Health ScreeningMental Health Screening

Because mental health is a key part of your overall well-being, it’s good to find out if you should connect with a mental health professional. A brief screening is the quickest way to do this. This is completely anonymous and confidential. Immediately following the brief screening questionnaire, you’ll see your results, recommendations, and key resources.

Take Your Screening


Schedule an appointment with a counselorMake an Appointment with a Counselor

Contact us to schedule your appointment.

Appointments are usually between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. (Monday-Friday) and last 45-50 minutes. If you have been to SCS before, you can meet with the same counselor or request a new one. You will be assessed in your initial visit to help determine your best type of care. Then you’ll receive a recommendation for further care.


Treatment Recommendations May Include:

  • Mental health crisis services (on-call)

  • Extended psychotherapy with a community provider

  • Psychiatric evaluation with a community provider

  • Referral to another office, such as LU Shepherd, Academic Success Center, etc.


If you have received counseling services with us, please consider taking our survey. 


 

 

Going through counseling and EMDR gave me a renewed peace, joy, and hope in my life. I struggled with a lot of anxiety and fear after being in natural disasters while living in South Asia. With EMDR, I was able to work though traumatic events and memories in a safe and healthy way. I found freedom from panic attacks, anxiety, and nightmares that used to invade my life. - Liberty University Senior '17

 

 

 

 

 


Self-Help Guides

Guide for Anxiety

Anxiety

Guide for ADHD

ADHD

Guide for Depression

Depression

Guide for Eating Disorders

Disordered Eating

Guide for Pornography Addiction

Pornography

Sexual Assault Awareness - Title IX

Sexual Assault Awareness


Confidentiality

We place a high priority on student confidentiality. However, legally authorized exceptions exist, which include: