Healthy and supportive family relationships are essential to the academic success of our students. Dysfunctional family relationships resulting from life's calamities and circumstances can contribute to poor academic performance. Counseling services are available to assist students learn how to develop coping, interpersonal and communication skills when confronted with issues such as spousal abuse, domestic violence, and parent/child/sibling conflict.
Those coping with the devastating impact of the death of a loved one, divorce, stress, terminal illness, loss of friendship or relationship, or feelings of hopelessness can benefit from counseling services designed to support grieving students.
Counselors can provide students who are confronted with problems related to basic needs, such as housing, transportation and food, with referrals to public and private agencies.
For more information email Martha Gunning
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