Welcome to the Missouri State University Counseling Center
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Mental Health Emergency
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency after 5 pm or on weekends, please do one of the following immediately:
- Go to the nearest Emergency Room or Urgent Care Center
- Call 911 or 988 for the National Mental Health Crisis Line
- Call Campus Safety at 417-836-5509
- Contact the Counseling Center general number, 417-836-5116, and press zero to speak with a crisis counselor
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency during the hours of 8 am – 5 pm, please either call the Counseling Center general number, 417-836-5116, or come by the Counseling Center, located in Magers Health and Wellness Center, Suite 304, and request to speak with a crisis counselor.
Counseling Center Appointments
The majority of our counseling appointments are currently being conducted virtually through Zoom.
Anyone who visits the Counseling Center will be required to wear a mask and obey social distancing requirements.
Your first appointment at the Counseling Center is an initial consultation that will last 15-30 minutes where you will develop a personalized care plan with a clinician.
To schedule a Zoom tele-mental health session or for additional questions, please contact our office at 417-836-5116 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For students who do not have access to a computer or smart phone to utilize Zoom, we are providing telephone counseling and/or face-to-face consultations.
If you are requesting an initial appointment, please contact us at 417-836-5116 or email@example.com.
Online Mental Health Resources
The MSU Counseling Center posts a variety of resources to assist you in coping well and staying resilient with mental health concerns. Check out our resources link for further assistance:
Self-Help Resources: https://counselingcenter.missouristate.edu/self-help-links.htm
We will continue posting related support information on our Facebook and Twitter accounts as well:
The primary goal of the Counseling Center is to promote students' personal development and psychological well-being. Counseling services are provided for students with a variety of personal, social and life-planning concerns.
If you are thinking about coming to the Center but want more information or are curious about our services, please peruse our site.
Crisis intervention is provided to help students cope with mental health emergencies. During office hours, you can call 417-836-5116 or come by the Counseling Center, Magers Health and Wellness Center, Suite 304.
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Disclaimer: This site is not intended to be a substitute for face-to-face counseling.