Student Services

Personal Counseling Services

Personal Counseling

Director: Michael Day, Psy.D., HSPP
Counselor/Care Manager: Karen Richie, LCSW
Campus Office: US 207
Telephone: (812) 941-2244

The IU Southeast Personal Counseling Services provides a licensed and professionally trained staff that offers limited counseling and consultation free of charge to currently enrolled students. We can help students achieve their personal and academic goals by providing short-term therapeutic intervention for a variety of problems including anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, sexuality concerns, etc., as well as social support services related to homelessness, poverty, lack of access to healthcare, and lack of access to food. We also offer consultations for students, parents, faculty and staff. Additional services include outreach and psychoeducational programming for classes, university departments/divisions, and student organizations.

If you hear of anyone who has thoughts, plans, or intentions to cause harm to him/ herself or someone else, please contact Personal Counseling at (812) 941-2244 or the IU Southeast Police at extension 2400.

For more information, please visit the Personal Counseling website.

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