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COUNSELING & WELLNESS CTR

WE'RE HERE TO LISTEN.

Regular Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Phone: 802-485-2134
Email: cwc@norwich.edu

Location
Kreitzberg Library
Suite 415

Counseling Emergency Assistance:

Afterhours Crisis Line: 802-793-3093

Washington County Mental Health Services Crisis Line: 802-229-0591

Sexual Assault Crisis: 802-479-5577


TRY A SELF ASSESSMENT

JED Campus memberULifeline is an anonymous online resource center for college students that offers a variety of self-evaluators that helps to identify common mental health issues, and tips on overall wellness.

The Counseling and Wellness Center works to provide inclusive, individualized, collaborative care and support to the students of Norwich University in a safe and confidential environment.

Through education and advocacy, we provide the entire Norwich community with the tools, resources, and skills necessary to understand, accept, and promote mental health and wellness. Focusing on strengths and resiliency, we foster opportunities for growth in which students will thrive, personally and academically.

Our primary purpose is to provide psychological support to students as they pursue their academic and personal goals, enhancing the student experience at Norwich. The Counseling and Wellness Center is primarily intended for assessment and short-term counseling, with referrals to local private counselors for longer term treatment or psychological testing, if necessary.

The Center is funded through the University Health Services Fee and there are no additional charges for services. Although we follow a short-term intervention model, the number of sessions varies and is discussed as part of the initial intake process.

Students come to the Counseling and Wellness Center for many reasons, including adjusting to college life, relationship difficulties, grief, family problems, academic stress, issues around identity development, depression, anxiety, eating and weight concerns, substance abuse, and sexual and physical abuse and harassment.

The Counseling and Wellness Center at Norwich University follows privacy and confidentiality guidelines set forth by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the American Psychological Association, and the American College Counseling Association.

Some limits to privacy exist. With few exceptions involving safety and legal issues, information is not shared outside of counseling sessions without the student’s written permission.

Clinical files are safeguarded and DO NOT become part of the student’s medical or military record. Seeking services through our center will not negatively impact a cadet’s standing. We are a non-medical facility.

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