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Counseling

The Counseling and Human Development Center offers individual, group, family, couple and child counseling to KSU students, faculty, staff, family and community. The counseling is provided by masters, and doctoral level students preparing for licensure. These students are supervised by a professional licensed counselor.  

Contact: Dr. Jason Miller

Address: 325 White Hall

Phone:  330-672-2208

Website:  https://www.kent.edu/ehhs/centers/chdc

Eligible:  KSU students, employees and their family and community members

Cost:  Free to KSU students, faculty, staff and family; minimal charge (from $5 - $25 based on income) to community members.

Additional Information:  Call to make an appointment 330-672-2208, or visit the office at 325 White Hall. Counseling provides help for a variety of concerns; alcohol and/or drug concerns, anxiety, anger management, career issues, childhood and/or adolescent issues, depression, gender issues, grief, school problems, self-esteem issues, stress, thoughts of suicide and time management.