Counseling Services, Powell Resource Center

Emory & Henry's Counseling Office is available to help all enrolled students manage the routine changes that will take place in their lives, as well as the more difficult changes or challenges. Depending on your needs, you may meet individually with one of our counselors or participate in workshops and groups that focus on topics of stress management, assertiveness, appropriate expression of anger, relationships and careers. When necessary, the Counseling Office refers students for services that are not available through the College.

Emory & Henry's Counseling Office is available to help all enrolled students manage the routine changes that will take place in their lives, as well as more difficult changes or challenges. Depending on a student's needs, students may meet individually with a counselor or participate in workshops and groups that focus on topics of stress management, assertiveness, appropriate expression of anger, grief, trauma,consultation, adjustment to change, substance abuse, and relationships. When necessary, the Counseling Office refers students for services that are not available through the college.

PRC Counselors are well trained in working with Student Veterans

Self-Help Resources

These documents address some of the most common issues that college students face. To read these documents, you need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader. 

Online Resources

For Evening & Weekend Emergencies:

Seek assistance from your Resident Advisor, Resident Director or call Campus Security at 276-944-6222. Give them your name, phone number and ask them to call a counselor from the Powell Resource Center with this information.

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