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Counseling Center

Fall 2020 Semester On Campus and Remote Support and Resources During the Impact of COVID-19 

Our staff at Endicott College's Counseling Center recognize that supporting our students during times of uncertainty and distress is a top priority and we are here for you. During the fall 2020 semester, the College Counseling Center is operating with on campus, virtual, and remote sessions. Sessions are 30-minutes. The Counselor and student will decide whether to continue face-to-face or online. The Counseling Center will also assist with the following:

  • Support in processing current stressors, adjustments, transitions, loss, grief and fears.

  • Support in creating daily structure and implementing self-care within new “social distancing” restrictions and possible remote academic courses. 

  • Assistance and support in identifying mental health resources and providers in your area that are offering services through Thriving Campus.

  • Support in processing decision making and problem solving.

  • Support and assistance in identifying resources for your continued online academics, social, emotional, physical and spiritual needs. 

Please remember, you are not alone and we are here to walk with you during this time. 

If you are interested in setting up a session, please complete our Counseling Intake or Returning Intake Form and a member of our offices will be in touch with you to schedule your session as soon as possible. If you have questions or difficulty with the form, please contact Barbara Lucier at blucier@endicott.edu.

If this is an emergency, contact 911 or your local emergency services. 

Additional resources for support:

Stress and Coping: CDC

COVID-19 and managing mental health: JED Foundation

Tips and strategies for supporting mental health video: F.A.C.E.C.O.V.I.D 

Endicott Blog: Collegiate Mental Health During a Pandemic

Our Services

We offer a wide range of services in the Counseling Center.

FAQs & First Appointment

How to make an appointment and what to expect during your session, including frequently asked questions from students and parents.

Self Help & Resources

Our resources may offer you some insight, support, and guidance in how to engage with difficult experiences and challenging opportunities.

REACH Peer Education Program

Discover REACH: Real Education about College Health.

Counseling Team

The Endicott Counseling Center has several counselors on staff.

Philosophy

Endicott College recognizes that many students experience personal difficulties, which can have a significant negative impact on their academic success. In order to help students cope with the personal challenges they face, the Counseling Center provides individual and group counseling, implements programming on issues relevant to college-aged students, assists during crisis situations, and is a resource for referral to both on-campus and community support services.

Confidentiality

Confidential counseling is available to all currently enrolled Endicott students at no charge. We offer counseling services in an individual and small group setting and provide referrals as needed to College services such as Academic Resources, Family Medicine Associates, and student affairs staff. We also refer to area psychologists, social workers, counselors, psychiatrists, nutritionists, and physicians.

Confidentiality is a very important part of our work. We recognize that the Endicott community often feels small and that anonymity and confidentiality are important considerations for students regarding the sharing of personal information. Essentially, we won’t be speaking to anyone on or off campus about you without your written permission, with a few safety-related exceptions. We’ll ask you to read and sign a Notification Regarding Confidentiality document at your first visit.

Endicott College is a JED campus

JED Campus

JED Campus is a signature program of The Jed Foundation (JED) designed to guide schools through a collaborative process of comprehensive systems, program, and policy development with customized support to build upon existing student mental health, substance use, and suicide prevention efforts.