For the Spring 2021 semester, all appointments are conducted via HIPAA compliant Zoom. Tele-counseling sessions are currently only available, due to licensing restrictions, to full time undergraduate students residing in the state of PA.
Our hours of operation are Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Students can request a mental health consultation by calling 215-951-1355 and leaving a message – voicemail is checked regularly on weekdays. You can also email us at email@example.com
- The after-hours tele-counseling service is available Monday-Friday from 4:30 p.m. – 8:30 a.m. and through holidays and weekends. Call 215-951-1355 and elect option #2 to access this service.
- Students who need immediate assistance and/or are in crisis should call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
- We encourage those students who cannot be served through tele-counseling to view the links to national mental health resources listed below. Additionally, students can request a consultation with one of our counselors for further guidance on getting connected to a counselor closer to your home. Please call 215-951-1355 to set up a consultation appointment.
- Students are also encouraged to consider using tele-counseling through their insurance provider. Information on how to access behavioral health services through your insurance provider can be found on your insurance card.
- American Addiction Centers is offering free resources to those in need through their Laguna Treatment Hospital
- Free Virtual Support Meetings allow individuals to join free 12-step AA/NA meetings that are hosted weekly by a person in recovery.
- Addiction and Recovery: Guide for Families outlines the warning signs of addiction in a family member, finding the right treatment and methods to take care of yourself when you are supporting a loved one.
- Drug and Alcohol Hotline provides free, confidential emotional support, information on substance abuse and local resources, and assistance finding an addiction treatment program
- Drug Effects Calculator gives an estimated time of how long it might take for someone using a particular drug to sober up.
Mental Health Resources
A Comprehensive Guide to Eating Disorders and How to Help
Additional Substance Abuse Support
Virtual All Recovery Meeting hosted by the Philadelphia Collegiate Recovery HavenMeeting time: Saturdays at 9:15pmZoom Meeting ID: 956 5980 9705Meeting Password: 761630
Your years as a college student will remain one of the most transformative times of your life. You’ll make new friendships, broaden your mind and curiosity for knowledge, and experience a wealth of new adventures. But the transition isn’t always easy. Many students also face issues with anxiety, shyness, depression, sexual issues, or concerns regarding alcohol and other drugs. These are issues that do not discriminate and can affect anyone, regardless of race, age, or gender. If you are struggling with something, we want you to know that you’re not alone and La Salle University’s Student Counseling Center is here to help you.
With a dedicated staff committed to your well-being and personal development, along with a wide range of services, we will help you face any challenge. Counseling offers you the opportunity to identify, clarify, and resolve issues of importance to you in an atmosphere of trust and confidentiality. Within the context of the counseling relationship, you are able to freely express your thoughts, feelings, and concerns to someone who listens and is prepared to work with you to arrive at new ways of looking at things. If you’re interested in speaking with someone to sort out the present or the future, we’re here to listen and help.