Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) at Monmouth University offers mental health services for enrolled students at no additional cost. CPS supports students in achieving personal growth through confidential psychological counseling and educational events. Increased awareness of mental health issues, campus-wide training, and ongoing collaboration with other departments enhance a holistic learning experience at the University.
Counseling and Psychological Services are free and confidential and include:
- Individual Psychotherapy
- Crisis Intervention
- Mental Health Education
- Prevention Initiatives
- Campus Outreach
- Referral Guides
- Self-Help Literature
- 24-Hour Emergency Resources & Services
College can be an exciting and rewarding time of life. During this period of rapid growth, it is not uncommon for students to confront stress and anxiety while also managing other aspects of their mental health. CPS readily supports students regarding mood, emotions, actions, and thoughts. Some of the most common topics that students utilize services are:
- Body Image Issues
- Emotional crises
- Family conflict
- Grief, bereavement, and loss
- Identity development
- Interpersonal communication
- Performance issues (academic, athletic, etc.)
- Prejudice, violence, and hate
- Rape and sexual assault
- Relationship issues
- Stress management
- Substance use/abuse
- Suicidal thoughts or actions
Students can schedule individual appointments by:
- Calling 732-571-7517
- Emailing email@example.com
We encourage you to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have. Please keep in mind that e-mail and voice messages should NOT be used to convey urgent, time-sensitive information as an immediate receipt/response is not guaranteed.
Rapid response services are available during office hours for urgent matters.
All CPS records are private and confidential. When a student comes to CPS, the information gathered does not become part of any permanent University record. No one in the University or any other individual will be given information about a student without the student’s written consent, except in special circumstances, as required by law.
CPS staff include clinical psychologists, social workers, professional counselors, and graduate-level interns under the supervision of professional staff. Through a collaboration with Monmouth Medical Center and other local agencies, 24-hour services are available for mental health crises. CPS Staff includes: