Life events can create barriers to feeling connected to ourselves and to others. Sometimes, our internal worlds can cause feelings and thoughts of disconnection and distress. Understanding our own personal story is vital to living life well.
The process of healing and growth cannot happen in isolation. Living in community provides opportunities to practice vulnerability and to create intimate, transformative connections
The Student Wellness Center strives to equip students with the tools they need to learn and practice essential skills to experience cognitive, behavioral, social, and emotional well-being.
We do this by:
Guiding and supporting students in removing barriers to growth and wellness via community connections, self-help resources, psychoeducation modules and workshops, peer and group support, single session counseling, and individual therapy.
Supporting our campus community by providing education and mental health resources that both promote and prioritize wellness.
The Counseling Center will be accessible to students living on-campus for a ten-week period from May 17, 2021, to July 30, 2021. Students will be offered up to five appointments during this time. Services will include individual counseling, consultations and referrals for off-campus resources. Appointments will be hosted over Zoom on Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 11:00-4:00, and students must be present on-campus for the appointment.
To request online counseling support over the summer, simply complete the online intake forms.
If you are in crisis and you are on-campus, please contact your Resident Director or Gordon Police at 978.867.3333 If you are off-campus and you are experiencing an emergency, please go directly to your nearest Emergency Room or call 911.
P 978 867 4301
Monday thru Thursday: 8:00 - 4:30
Friday 8:00 - 1
The Wellness Center is closed on official holidays and when class is not in session.
The Wellness Center is located in Jenks 201 & 202.
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Deana Trefry, Dean of Student Care
P 978 867 4311