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Center for Student Counseling & Wellness

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Open for appointments: Monday–Thursday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.   Friday: 8 a.m.–1 p.m.    Located: Jenks 201 and 202

During Fall and Spring Semesters:
Daily Crisis Walk-in Time 10:15a.m.-11a.m. (first come, first served)     
Daily Non-Urgent Walk-in Time
9:15a.m.-10a.m. for non-urgent needs (staffed by clinical interns, first come, first served)

Our Philosophy: 

Understanding our own personal stories is vital to living life well. Our stories are shaped by life events, as well as what is occurring inside of us. Sometimes, these experiences limit our healthy development. Overcoming these experiences through healing and growth cannot happen in isolation. Living in community provides opportunities to practice vulnerability and to create intimate, transformative connections

Our Mission:

The Center for Student Counseling and Wellness 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.

CSCW Resources & Wellness Initiatives

Stepped Care Model

Stepped Care is a system of delivering and monitoring mental health treatment so the most effective, yet least resource-intensive treatment, is delivered first. Students seeking wellness services will move up and down the care model depending on their goals, presenting symptoms and the level of care needed. Step 1 is considered lower intensity, while Step 7 represents the most acute care. Intervention intensity may be stepped up or down according to their needs.

Learn more about the Stepped-Care Model ➔



From all of us here at the CSCW, we want to extend a warm WELCOME to our new students on campus, and a WELCOME BACK to all of our returners! We missed you and we're excited for a new year. Please read through our website to learn about all of the resources available to you both online and in-person, including the many groups and workshops we will be offering this fall!

Exciting News!
We have heard your requests and we have added a daily walk-in time from 9:15 - 10:00am, M-F for non-urgent counseling needs. These walk-in times will be first come, first served. We will continue to offer our daily crisis walk-in time from 10:15am - 11:00am, M-F (first come, first seved) as well. 

Therapy Assistance Online
You can also utilize a great resource available to all Gordon students, faculty and staff, T.A.O. (Therapy Assistance Online) TAO is a suite of online tools for client education, interaction, accountability, and progress assessment to facilitate effective behavioral health treatment and life-skills education. T.A.O. provides immediate access to rich psychoeducational content that can be utilized across our campus anytime, anywhere.  

Just go to: https://us.taoconnect.org/register to register, using your Gordon email and password to begin!




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
E [email protected] 

Monday thru Thursday: 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m.–1 p.m.

The CSCW is closed on official holidays and when class is not in session.

The CSCW is located in Jenks 201 & 202.
View photos of our offices ➔

Deana Trefry, Dean of Student Care
P 978 867 4311
E [email protected]

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