The Quinnipiac University Health and Wellness Center's counseling service offers rapid access to care for any student seeking help for emotional distress.
Counseling is available to undergraduate, graduate and medical students at no cost.
The goal is to assist each student in his or her effort to solve a personal problem that may be impacting negatively on academic performance or the student's quality of life. A related goal during the counseling process is to equip each student with new skills for future problem solving and/or coping with difficult aspects of life.
The counseling service is a resource for students struggling with:
- relationship problems
- eating disorders
- alcohol or drug abuse
- difficulty making decisions
- low self esteem
- the stress of leaving home and adjusting to college life
- physical or sexual violence
- loss of a loved one
Hours and location
Professional counseling services are available throughout the academic year and during the summer sessions.
Mount Carmel Campus
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Located in the Health and Wellness Center on Bobcat Way
North Haven Campus - by appointment
To schedule an appointment, students must complete an intake form, which is available online or in the office.
Office phone: 203-582-8680
If you have additional questions, please contact the director of counseling at 203-582-3087.
All counselors at the Health and Wellness Center are licensed by the State of Connecticut to diagnose and treat mental health and substance abuse problems.
|Adrienne Koenigsberg, LCSW||Mary Pellitteri, LADC||Kerry Patton, LCSW
Director of counseling services
|Ellen Schenzer, LMFT||Kenneth Wenning, Ph.D, LCSW||Jennifer Zitser, LCSW, HHC|