University Counseling Services (636 Fisher Hall)
Counseling Services will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday for the 2021- 2022 semesters. In addtion to now offering face-to-face sessions, University Counseling Services will still offer students the option of virtual sessions via Zoom if they prefer!
Please click on our Covid-19 Announcements link below for details regarding remote delivery options. Counseling Service will continue to follow the University's protocols and recommendations. Please refer to Duquesne's update page on COVID-19 as well as these pages:
Counseling services offers free confidential personal psychotherapy to all currently enrolled Duquesne students. Confidential short-term personal psychotherapy is provided for a variety of reasons, such as difficulty adjusting to college life, personal and/or emotional distress, homesickness, test anxiety, sleep disturbances, etc. Students in need of more frequent, long-term psychotherapy will work with our case manager to find resources that will meet his/her needs.
Counseling services establishes itself on a philosophy of life that is congruent with the University Mission. We view the student in terms of his/her striving for contentment, happiness, and flourishing. Our goal is to provide services and resources that will enable the student to live a meaningful life based on a mind/body/spirit approach to wellbeing, an approach that honors the fundamental dignity of the human person by valuing him/her in his/her totality.
Crisis Support is available 24/7 by calling ReSolve Crisis Service at 1.888.796.8226. You can also contact the University police emergency number, 412.396.2677 (COPS).
A variety of support groups and workshops are available on request for topics of current interest, such as time management, stress management, test anxiety, eating disorders, cultural diversity, or specific topics can be requested. Biofeedback sessions are also available.
An interfaith meditation room is available for all students, faculty, and staff all faith traditions and meditative practices.
Contact the University Counseling Service Center at 412.396.6204 or continue to browse our website and wellbeing resources page for additional information.
Information in this site is not intended to replace a one-on-one consultation with a licensed mental health worker. If you are a student having problems, we urge you to contact us at 412.396.6204 to schedule an appointment.