Health & Counseling Center
There are 2 licensed mental health professionals available to students.
No, these are two different files that are kept in separately. Health staff can only access your mental health records after obtaining a release of information from you.
Although counselors can help advocate for students they see, they do not complete official paperwork in order to change/excuse student responsibilities to Keuka College. In the event a student needs help in these areas, they will be referred to the Disability Support Office.
When a student is first seen is determined by availability of the counselor, the student's schedule, as well as severity of presenting concern.
Being seen immediately is often not possible due to the high number of students seeking services. We do however have a cancellation list which gives students the opportunity to be seen earlier than their scheduled appointment if space opens up unexpectedly. Students are also provided resources off campus if they wish to set up a counseling appointment earlier with an outside provider.
Absolutely, your information cannot be shared with anyone without written consent (any limits to confidentiality are reviewed with you during your first appointment).
No. Though there may be times when students are referred to the Counseling Center or asked to complete an evaluation; ultimately students have the ability to determine whether or not they want to engage in counseling.
Students are seen for a limited number of sessions during the semester. Students are provided alternative counseling solutions if ongoing care is needed.
Yes. A counselor can meet with you to help find a therapist/professional off-campus or in your area.
Short-term, brief supportive individual counseling.