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Check out video for Breaking Barriers!

On Sept. 18th the Counseling Center sponsored "Breaking Barriers" with the assistance of Shihan Dwayne L. Botts, Gin Ryu (Silver Dragon) Martial Arts Academy. Here's what happened: 

Let's Talk! We're Here for You!

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Thursdays 10-12pm Sometimes people are not sure if therapy is their next step in dealing with stress or other struggles. Sometimes a brief conversation is all that is needed. We are here for you! EKUCC clinicians will be available weekly on Thursdays from 10-12pm for information consultations.

Coping in A Complex World-Acts of Violence

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The EKU Counseling Center joins with the community of college and university counseling centers worldwide to express support for those who are affected by the recent wake of terror and viol

WELCOME EKU STUDENTS!

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The EKU Counseling Center staff are excited to welcome new and returning students to EKU! Our Fall semester hours are Monday-Friday, 8-4:30pm. Interested in counseling? Check out our "Making an Appointment" page. Come see us in Room 571 of the Whitlock Bldg. 

Back By Popular Demand: GROUPS!

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Group therapy can be an ideal choice depending upon the nature of your concerns.

Become a MHPA-Mental Health Peer Advocate!

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APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED! The EKU Counseling Center is seeking enthusiastic and dependable students to be peer advocates!

What does it mean to be a MHPA? Work as a part of our outreach team to develop and execute programs and presentations to the campus community. MHPAs are trained and mentored by EKUCC clinicians!

A Meditation for Peace

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It can seem as though tragic national and international events are occurring faster than we can comprehend. 

Ask a question, SAVE A LIFE! 3 simple steps to save a life

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We can all save lives. Just like CPR, QPR-Question, Persuade, Refer-is an emergency response to someone in crisis.

Coping with Grief and Loss

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The loss of a loved one is among the most traumatic events that a person can experience. The emotions of grief and the grieving process are painful but natural, expected and necessary parts of healing and recovery. There is no one way and no right or wrong way to grieve, and there is no schedule or deadline for the resolution of and recovery from loss.

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