Life can be challenging. Counseling may help. 

Transitions
Can be stressful even when we're happy about the changes. Feeling the stress is normal.  Counseling may help navigate the newness of professional school, adjusting to a new city or state, the discomfort of establishing new interpersonal relationships and maintaining established relationships at a distance.

Managing identified issues
Counseling is here to support your management of symptoms from a previous diagnosis and to help you deal with specific life stressors that are new or ongoing.  There's no issue too big or too small. 

Questioning your concerns
Maybe you are having trouble identifying what is bothering you but you recognize that you are feeling or behaving differently.  Counseling can help you explore what's on your mind and clarify important issues. 

What people talk about in counseling:
Dealing with loss whether a relationship breakup or the death of someone close
Feeling isolated and lonely
Academic stress
Self-defeating behaviors like procrastination or poor time management
Identity issues
Sleep problems
Anxiety 
Depression 
Sexual assault
And much more...