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    Monmouth University is recognized by the Jed Foundation for providing comprehensive mental health promotion.

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    The Department of Counseling and Psychological Services at Monmouth University supports students in achieving personal growth and greater understanding of self and others 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.


    Counseling and psychological support services are available to all Monmouth University students on a first-come, first-served basis. All services are free and confidential.

    All services are free and confidential. The psychological counseling staff offers support to students faced with:

    • Abuse
    • Anger management
    • Anxiety and panic
    • Depression
    • Eating disorders and body image issues
    • Emotional crises
    • Family problems
    • General mental health concerns
    • Grief, bereavement, and loss
    • Identity issues
    • Interpersonal conflicts
    • Poor academic performance
    • Prejudice, violence and hate crimes
    • Rape and sexual assault
    • Relationship issues
    • Stress management
    • Substance abuse
    • Suicide and suicidal ideation

    Additional services include:

    • Crisis intervention
    • 24-hour emergency hotlines and "Emergency services" cards
    • Support for victims and/or survivors of unwanted sexual attention 
    • Self-help literature
    • Off-campus referrals
    • Workshops, seminars, and support groups


    Psychological counseling is strictly confidential. All students seeking counseling will be requested to read and sign an informed consent statement. For more information, see our printable version of the Confidentiality, Disclosure, and Informed Consent statement.