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Counselor In Residence

The Counselor-in-Residence (CR) Program places professionally supervised mental health clinicians directly into the residence halls to address the mental health concerns of residents and Housing and Residence Life staff. CRs are doctoral students in Clinical Psychology or Counselor Education programs who have a Master's degree and have completed at two years of supervised clinical training.

The objective of the CR program is to support the academic and personal growth of students through the provision of on-site and easily accessed consultation and mental-health support services after hours and on the weekends through the Let's Talk initiative.


  • Want to receive confidential mental health Consultation and Referral?
  • Need support in dealing with an issue?
  • Are you worried about a friend?

Stop by the Counselor-in-Residence Office Sunday-Friday (5 PM-10 PM) in Room 160 in the Living Learning Center on South Green. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY! No fees or insurance are required for Let's Talk.

If you need to speak with a CR outside of their office hours, please contact your RA or RD. They would help you locate a CR or a staff member from CPS.

In an emergency situation, call 911 for emergency assistance.