Having some difficulty adjusting to college life? Feeling overwhelmed with responsibilities and schedules? Dealing with a difficult break-up? Realizing your anxiety, depression, grief or anger may be interfering with more of your time or energy than you would like? These may all be signs that you might benefit from exploring mental health counseling.
Let’s face it. Feelings are a part of being human. They are wonderful messengers that can get our attention, and tell us something may need more exploration. Navigating our feelings, however, can get tricky at times. If you find yourself in that place or know of someone else who may be struggling to make sense of the language of feelings, spending some time with a trained therapist or recommending this to another, may be the way to move forward.
At Nevada State College, enrolled students have access to free counseling sessions, during the semesters they’re enrolled.
Fall through end of Spring term = 5 free counseling sessions
Summer term = 4 counseling sessions
It is our goal to make counseling easy to access. All you have to do is email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The counselor will receive your email, and will contact you regarding scheduling. Monday through Thursday counseling appointments, whether in-person or online, are with NSC’s Licensed Counselor, Annise Prewitt, MSW, LCSW, CCTP. She is delighted to work with any NSC students, who feel they could use extra support.
Location: On-campus appointments are held in Dawson, room 219A.
For additional information see the NSC Counseling Services page.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
24/7 Free confidential support
Crisis & Other Resources for LGBTQ Students and Allies
Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741
Nacional de Prevención del Suicidio:
24/7 Servicios gratuitos
Envia un mensaje de texto con la palabra:
AYUDA al 741741