Counseling Services - Governors State University

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Counseling Services - Governors State University
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GSU Counseling Services:
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• All services are provided free
of charge
• Counselors-in-training are under
faculty supervision
• Counselors are available by
appointment only.
Call 708.534.4545
• Counselors meet with clients
for six to twelve sessions for
50 minutes a week
• Referrals are made for addictions
and anger management issues
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Governors State University
is located in
University Park, Illinois. From either the north
or south, take I-57 to the Sauk Trail exit. Go
east on Sauk Trail to Cicero Avenue. Turn south
on Cicero. In approximately one mile, turn
east on Stuenkel Road (University Parkway).
Proceed to the university entrance.
BOURBONNAIS
KANKAKEE
KCC
Turn south on University Drive. Park in Lot C.
Parking is free. Enter the building at the main
entrance and take the central elevator to
the third floor. The Counseling Lab is in
room D34042.
Counseling Services
Governors State University
Counseling Lab can help you
handle life’s challenges with
free, professional, confidential
counseling services.
708.534.4545
Counseling Lab
Governors State University
1 University Parkway
University Park, IL 60484
708.534.4545
www.govst.edu/counselinglab
Couples & Families
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Child behavior
Couples/relationships
Separation/divorce conflicts
Parenting difficulties
Extended family problems
Gay, lesbian, bisexual issues
Individual Counseling
Life isn’t
always easy.
There are problems
to solve and answers to find.
Counseling can help with the emotional,
psychological, or interpersonal issues
that pose challenges. Counselors listen
carefully to your concerns and help you
reach specific goals.
Free counseling services for individuals,
couples, and families, as well as
career counseling services are provided
by master’s-level counselors-in- training
under the supervision of fully licensed
Ph.D. counselors, marriage and family
therapists, and psychologists.
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Depression
Stress reduction
Life transitions
Grief & mourning
Personal growth
Interpersonal issues
Career Counseling
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Career choices
Career transitions
Educational options
Workplace issues
Job dissatisfaction
Communication issues
Downsizing, layoffs,
or outsourcing
Counseling Service
Guidelines:
• Clients must be 18 years of age
and older to receive individual
counseling
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Clients must be 16 years of age
(with initial involvement of parent)
or older to receive career
counseling
• Children are encouraged to
participate in family counseling
• No restrictions based on gender,
race, sexual orientation, or
financial situation
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All counseling sessions are
confidential. Counselors, however,
are mandated by law to report
a client who threatens to harm
him/herself or another, or situations
indicating physical or sexual abuse
of minors
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Sessions are taped for supervisory
purposes. Clients remain
anonymous to ensure confidentiality
and privacy
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The counseling lab does not accept
DCFS or court mandated clients
or families, clients with substance
abuse problems, or severely
mentally distressed clients

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