What should my student do if they are having social problems?

For social problems the student might work with the student residence-hall staff and with the administrative offices concerned with students’ aspirations and problems. Kent State offers a number of options that are available for students who want to speak to a counselor.

Counseling options available

Psychological Services

The Psychological Services Department of University Health Services provides counseling, crisis intervention, psychological testing and consultations for students with a variety of mental health concerns.

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Counseling & Human Development Center

The Kent State University Counseling and Human Development Center provides personal counseling and human development services to members of the Kent State University community (Kent State students, faculty, staff and family members), and to non-Kent State area residents. In addition to individual, couples, and family therapy.

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Psychological Clinic

The Psychological Clinic offers specialized services in eating disorders, child assessment and therapy, personality assessment, forensic assessment, parental fitness evaluations and neuropsychological assessment.

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