Towson University’s Counseling Center is the source of personal counseling and psychological help on campus for students, faculty and staff.
Dear Towson University community,
The current political climate has brought about strong reactions for many of our students, staff, and faculty. Many in our vibrant community have been impacted by Friday's executive order on immigration. At the Towson University Counseling Center, we deeply value our global and diverse community and remain committed to inclusivity and belongingness for all. We take a stance against discrimination and oppression in any form. We support our international students, staff, and faculty. We encourage any student who is struggling with the personal impact of the political climate, or who is experiencing negative treatment, threats, or more subtle forms of oppression because of race or ethnicity, religious affiliation, country of origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other aspect of identity to please call the Counseling Center (410) 704-2512. Our hours are Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm.
It's easy to make an initial appointment to speak with a counselor. Call 410-704-2512 or stop by the Counseling Center to arrange for a private meeting to discuss your concerns.
Our services are confidential and, for most, there is no fee.
Due to the high demand on our services, beginning August 1, 2016, students who miss appointments will be charged $20. For more information, check out student services.
The staff at the Counseling Center values the importance of diversity for all individuals. People from every background are affected by issues of culture. Multicultural competence is therefore an essential component of our work with every client.
We all benefit from an understanding of how power, privilege, cultural identities (e.g. gender identity, race, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, social class, and many others) and individual differences affect our daily experiences.
We recognize that students come to the center at various levels of comfort with these identities and therefore, make it a priority to meet students where they are. All of our lives are enhanced by a better understanding of the diverse world in which we live.
We work with students to resolve emotional difficulties; improve personal skills; overcome the effects of trauma, disadvantage or substance abuse; and achieve personal goals.
The Counseling Center also seeks to improve the quality of life on campus as a whole. Recognizing that the university community includes people with a wide range of concerns and needs, we provide programs and presentations by request, and offer a full calendar of events during the academic year.
Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional - they are a checkup from your neck up.