PNW’s Counseling Center provides free and confidential mental health services to currently enrolled students.
The Counseling Center provides counseling sessions both in-person and virtually through a HIPAA compliant telehealth platform, doxy.me.
For in-person counseling, students must wear a mask.
For telehealth counseling, student must be physically located in Indiana during the telehealth appointment.
Are you a community member looking for counseling services? Please visit the Community Counseling Center or Couple and Family Therapy Center.
Counseling supports students by identifying and addressing personal concerns that interfere with productive emotional functioning and academic success.
Coping with COVID-19 Resources
Explore resources including app and podcast recommendations, as well as mental health referrals and support to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.*
*Disclaimer: The following external links, as well as others found throughout our site, may provide useful information about topics related to counseling and college mental health. Their listing here, however, does not indicate endorsement by the Counseling Center or Purdue University Northwest. Additionally, although information and self-help resources can be a helpful adjunct to work you are doing in counseling or in a support group, we do not necessarily recommend self-help as a sole course of treatment.
Find background information and specialty resources for a range of topics, from alcohol to suicide prevention.
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Learn more about PNW’s Counseling Center and our services with these frequently asked questions.