College can sometimes feel overwhelming, but we’re here to help. You may seek counseling for many reasons, including personal concerns that might interrupt your learning on campus and hinder your progress. You might seek counseling because you are facing a difficult situation and need a trustworthy individual to help you achieve mental clarity as you sort through your feelings. Counseling services are offered to RBC students at no cost.
What type of counseling is available?
- Individual counseling
- Couples counseling
- Group counseling
- Career counseling
How can I request counseling?
Contact the Director of Counseling & Academic Support at (804) 862-6263 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Counseling sessions are usually 30 minutes, and some students see a counselor on a weekly basis.
If you need more extensive mental health services, you may request a referral to another agency in the community.
The information shared between you and your counselor is confidential. The professional ethical standards of the American College Counseling Association are followed. Exceptions are made for safety and if concerns for your well-being is in question.