Over the weekend communities from around the world were shocked into violent reality as a shooter killed 50 and injured more at the prominent Orlando club, Pulse. While the Counseling Center mourns for those affected …read more.
The NC State Counseling Center suffers and stands with all Wolfpack members to condemn violence in all its forms.
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.
The Counseling Center proudly participated in January 13th’s Town Hall meeting on Race. We are pleased to be part of a community of students, faculty, and staff who seek to make NC State an open and inclusive place for all.
The NC State Counseling Center shares the grief and consternation of our Wolfpack community and the world as a result of the violent attacks against the peoples of both Beirut, Lebanon and Paris, France over the past few days.
What’s your story? How have you been impacted by suicide? Those were the questions posed to students on the Brickyard a year ago. The responses gave a powerful glimpse into the stigma that surrounds the topic of suicide …read more.
Check out the group offerings for Fall 2015. We have more offerings than ever- more places to find support, skills and solutions. If you are interested in group therapy, find out more.
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