The Counseling Center is aware of the injustice, and the recent and long history of tragedies that have been impacting the African-American and Black community. We stand in solidarity with our students, staff, and faculty who are directly and indirectly impacted by these racial attacks. These events add to the already challenging pandemic, which has been triggering bias and discrimination against the Asian and Asian-American community and revealing stark economic and health disparities based on race and class. We stand against systemic oppression, racism and hate.
We recognize that members of our community are hurting, and we acknowledge how the violent events, bias, and discrimination happening in our communities can be re-traumatizing and can have severe psychological impact. After experiencing or witnessing trauma, it is common to experience depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress. We encourage those who are suffering to reach out for support, engage in self-care and connect with loved ones.
We see you and we stand with you in grief. The Counseling Center staff is here to support you. If you find yourself in need of support please reach out to us at (617) 735-9920.
The mission of the counseling center is to support the personal, social, and academic development of students and the wellbeing of the Emmanuel community. Our professional staff provide strengths-based individual and group counseling to undergraduates as well as proactive prevention, education, and consultation across campus. Our multidisciplinary team welcomes and advocates for students of all backgrounds and works to create a safe environment that fosters the unique strengths of each individual.
The Counseling Center is staffed by licensed clinicians and adheres to the professional and ethical standards governing psychologists and mental health counselors established by the American Psychological Association.
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Counseling is not part of a student's academic record. Meetings with counselors are private and confidential, within the limits of the law. These limits include cases of life-threatening emergencies and current abuse of children or other dependents. Otherwise, no information is released outside the Counseling Center without the written consent of the student or subpoena by law.