When you first call the Counseling Center, we'll schedule a brief phone assessment with a therapist. This confidential conversation will help determine next steps.
A person may feel depressed for an obvious or no apparent reason at all. At times, these feelings of depression may become overwhelming, intense and prolonged. Daily functioning may become difficult, if not impossible.
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If you have experienced sexual assault, harassment, relationship violence or stalking as a student, help is available...
The Counseling and Testing Center staff is made up of of psychologists, therapists, psychometricians, and administrators...
As a university community, it is imperative that we are prepared to provide support to the unique needs of recovering students.
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1590 E. 13th Ave
Eugene, OR 97403
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1590 E 13th Ave
Eugene, OR 97403-1217
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