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Personal Counseling


Counselors are able to provide you with short-term support for a variety of concerns including: 

Abuse, anxiety, assertiveness, chemical abuse, depression, eating disorders, grief, relationship issues, self-esteem, sexual  orientation, stress management, time management, life transitions and wellness.

Our counselors are also prepared to offer recommendations and referrals for mental health support services, should you desire on-going care.

Are you considering if a college counselor could be of help?

If you answer “yes” to any of the following questions you may want to make an appointment with a member of our Counseling Staff.

  • Are you experiencing personal issues that make concentrating on your coursework difficult?
  • Do you lack confidence in your ability to be successful in college?
  • Are you questioning if you may be experiencing symptoms of stress, depression and/or anxiety?

Stop at the Information Desk on both campuses or call 763-433-1840 (Cambridge) or 763-433-1240 (Coon Rapids) for a free, confidential appointment.

For online resources on a variety of mental health topics, see the link in the left hand column.

For information on local mental health agencies click here

Crisis Resources for Cambridge area

(click the yellow button below)

crisis resources for Cambridge area

East Central Crisis Services

(click the Canvas Health button below)

East Central Health Services