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University Counseling Center

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The UCC is fully-committed to the health and wellness of our students. We are offering Telemental Health Services (through zoom), in-person services, and Telephonic Crisis Support to students. Call us at 850-644-TALK (8255) to talk to a clinician today.

Students can also attend daily psychoeducation workshops via Zoom which will focus on anxiety and depression or utilize WellTrack for self-help interactive therapy.

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Psychoeducation Workshops

WellTrack (Self-Help Interactive Therapy)

Welcome to the University Counseling Center!

No matter how well-educated we become, we all could use a hand in facing the challenges that life presents. The University Counseling Center (UCC) is a welcoming and confidential place to come and we are here to help! We are enthusiastic about assisting our students with all kinds of questions and concerns, like homesickness, struggles with relationships, sexual identity and gender questions, cultural issues, eating and body image, substance use, worries, and depression. Our licensed and professionally-trained staff offer counseling to those currently enrolled at FSU in a variety of ways: through one-on-one sessions, couples sessions, group sessions and walk-in services for urgent situations. Because student fees cover these services, there is no out-of-pocket expense for any visit.

Curious about counseling? Our website can show you the many services available at the UCC.

Crisis Resources – We are here to help

The University Counseling Center is available on the second floor of the Askew Student Life Center should anyone need to speak with a counselor.

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