A message to our students:

The staff at the Counseling Center are committed to the continued support of our students at Springfield College. In order to effectively proceed with counseling in the midst of the restrictions surrounding COVID-19, we are utilizing an online teletherapy system for as long as these safety standards remain in place.

For additional resources to manage mental health during COVID-19 visit here

Please email counselingcenter@springfield.edu for follow-up regarding services or information. Stay well!

Springfield College is committed to creating and continuing dialogue in response to race-related violence.  Our communities are hurting due to the reality of deep racial wounds, which have a profound psychological impact on our mental health.  At the counseling center, we want to support students on an individual level as well as within the context of the larger community.  Please contact the Counseling Center for further resources or services. 

Please join us in the continued series of Conversations on Race this Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020 at 6 p.m. 

Further Information: 

Black Lives Matter
Racial Trauma is Real
Coping Strategies
Fostering Healing Through Mental Health
75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice

We care. You do not have to struggle alone. 

The Springfield College Counseling Center offers free, professional, and confidential counseling services to undergraduate and graduate students. Many students utilize the center at some point during their academic careers. A staff of professionals, which includes graduate associates, counsels students who may seek our services for a variety of reasons. In addition to one-on-one counseling, the Center offers group counseling sessions for additional student support. 

Our mission is to offer accessible, judgment-free spaces where students can focus on enhancing strengths and overcoming challenges that affect mental health. We are committed to fostering student well-being, resilience, and growth, and helping students achieve their goals on their own terms. We strive to balance respect for each student's unique experience with our understanding of the challenges shared by many college students.