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  • Counseling Center Fall Break Hours

    The Counseling Center will be open the first part of Fall Break. Our hours for the week are as follows.

  • Counseling Center Hosts Successful Dennis H. May Conference on Diversity Issues and the Role of Counseling Centers

    On September 21 and 22, 2014, the Counseling Center hosted the 23rd Annual Dennis H. May Conference on Diversity Issues and the Role of Counseling Centers at the Illini Union. A record number of attendees dialogued and considered how to effectively reach out to growing international student populations and the unique issues they face.

  • Counseling Center Offers In Focus group for students with ADHD Symptoms

    In Focus is a six-week group that offers education and peer support for students who experience difficulties commonly associated with ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD). Group meetings will be interactive and help students develop valuable skills for succeeding in school, career, and daily life. Meetings begin October 22, and go from 1-2 p.m. on Wednesdays.

    To ask questions about In Focus or to register, please email Jodi Thomas or call 217-333-3704.

  • Support for Our Campus in the Wake of Chapel Hill Tragedy

    The recent deaths of three students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill who identified as Muslim understandably evoke a variety of responses from across our own campus community. Students, faculty, and staff at Illinois may experience fear, vicarious trauma and other responses related to this tragedy.

  • Counseling Center Presents "Wellness in a Microagressing World" Series

    Achieving wellness is not an easy task for most people. But when stresses resulting from the everyday microagressions that racially marginalized people often experience, wellness can be even harder to achieve. This three-part series will address strategies individuals can employ.