The Counseling and Wellness Center is here to support you if you should seek counseling for any reason while you are enrolled as a USJ undergraduate, graduate or in the Program for Adult Learners.
From dealing with stress, relationship issues and adjustment concerns, to more serious issues of depression, anxiety and other mood and psychological disorders, our counseling sessions are designed to meet your needs and support your treatment goals.
The Center provides the following services, free of charge:
For your rights and what you need to know to obtain information, support, and assistance options for sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, intimate partner violence and stalking visit MyUSJ/Sexual Misconduct.
Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Open for all students during academic calendar year and closed during school holidays. Limited availability for full time registered students in 12 month programs during the summer and breaks, call for an appointment.
Counseling and Wellness Center
The Little Red House
Director, Meredith Yuhas, PhD, LPC, NCC, ACS
Counselor, Sarah Quish, LCSW
Counselor, Tracy Funke, LPC
Current USJ students can go to MyUSJ >> Student Life >> Counseling and Wellness Center.
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