NC State’s Counseling Center wants to acknowledge that hearing about sexual violence in the media and online can elicit a variety of reactions. Some of our students may feel more empowered and validated by knowing
TAO is an interactive, dynamic, easy-to-access online program that provides support for anxiety, depression, and other common concerns. As a TAO participant, you have the opportunity to watch short videos, complete skill-building exercises, and build
We are deeply saddened by the tragedy in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 1st. The Counseling Center is committed to providing resources and support for NC State students who are experiencing distress related to this event.
Our hearts are heavy for all those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. At this time, we would like to offer support to our students who are feeling the emotional effects, as we are aware that some
“NC State stands in solidarity with UVA, the citizens of Charlottesville, and others across the country against these and all acts of hate, bigotry and racism.” – Chancellor Randy Woodson “The American Psychological Association condemns
If you want to learn more about what we do and who we are, have a look at our Annual Report looking back on 2016-2017. Follow the link below to explore what issues we are
Join the Counseling Center and students from all over the world for International Tea Time.
Join the NC State community in remembering those lost to suicide on September 10.
Our “Dear Student” letters are intended to provoke mental health awareness, reflection, and discussion about your experiences of culture, community, and identity here at NC State. It is also an invitation to join with us
QPR (Question, Persuade, and Refer) is a two-hour training intended to teach how to recognize the warning signs of suicide.