Personal tools
You are here: Home Real-World Academics Student Services Counseling Services Counseling Services- Services

Counseling Services- Services

Enrollment and Student Development Division

Counseling Services

Main Campus, Main Building, Room 168, 513.569.5779

Counseling Center Services

The Cincinnati State Counseling Center provides both mental/personal counseling and career counseling services. Please follow the links below to find out more:

Mental/Personal Counseling
Career Counseling
Learning Outcomes

Mental/Personal Counseling

Students presenting problems of a personal/emotional, social, career, or educational nature may take advantage of individual short term counseling services (up to 10 sessions per term) provided by professionally trained counselors and graduate students enrolled in supervised practicum. Students seek services on a voluntary basis that may address issues such as anger, anxiety, depression, adjusting to college, self-esteem, family issues, grief and loss, depression, and interpersonal issues.

The Counseling Office provides directly, through referral, or in collaboration the following services:

Assessment

Designed to identify students needs, appropriate services, and referral to community resources.

Individual Counseling

Students presenting problems of a personal/emotional, social, career, or educational nature may take advantage of individual short term counseling services (up to 10 sessions per term) provided by professionally trained counselors and graduate students enrolled in supervised practicum. Students seek services on a voluntary basis that may address issues such as anger, anxiety, depression, adjusting to college, self-esteem, family issues, grief and loss, and interpersonal issues.

Academic Counseling

Offered to enrolled students and focuses on helping students to assess and overcome specific deficiencies in educational preparation or skills for success in college. This can include issues such as time management, test anxiety, study skills, balancing responsibilities, and strategies to deal with expectations found in college.

Crisis Intervention

Designed to assist students with personal/emotional concerns. These students will be seen as soon as possible. Consultation with professionals from the Counseling Office should provide an opportunity for students to explore the nature of the crises and identify appropriate alternatives for a resolution. For emergency medical intervention call 911 to arrange transportation to the nearest hospital emergency room.

Consultation

Consultation is available on an as-needed basis for students, faculty, staff, and other campus departments/divisions to provide information or assistance with a variety of concerns. We will work with faculty, staff, and individuals to identify appropriate resources to meet your specific situations, assistance in crisis management, sassisting faculty and staff to provide better services to students, and providing guidelines for appropriate referrals are some areas for consultation. Faculty and staff may arrange for consultation services by calling (513) 569-5779 or by visiting the Counseling Office.

Outreach Presentations

Designed to provide preventive and educational programs that support and enhance the campus-learning environment for students. If faculty, staff, or student organizations have a need for specific programs, contact the Counseling Office to make arrangements for a group presentation or workshop. Programs could cover topics such as study skills, career development, test anxiety, success motivation, and classroom behavior issues. Two weeks notice is required on request for presentations.

Appointments

The Counseling Office generally operates on an appointment basis. Students who want an initail meeting with a counselor should call the Counseling Office at (513) 569-5779 or stop by Room 168 Main Building to schedule an appointment.

« back to top

Career Counseling

Includes career counseling, career assessment, review of educational and work experiences, exploration of career information resources, assistance with choosing a college major, job search techniques, and interactive computerized career information systems.  Services are designed to help students clarify interests, assess values and skills and gain an understanding of how these self-assessment components relate to the world of work, careers, and college majors. Individual career counseling (up to 10 sessions per term) is available to assist students with the career decision-making process.

Consultation

Consultation is available on an as-needed basis for students, faculty, staff, and other campus departments/divisions to provide information or assistance with a variety of concerns. We will work with faculty, staff, and individuals to identify appropriate resources to meet your specific requests. Consultation issues related to individual mental health, emotional crisis, developing specialized intervention programs that address specific situations, assistance in crisis management, assisting faculty and staff to provide better services to students, and providing guidelines for appropriate referrals are some areas for consultation. Faculty and staff may arrange for consultation services by calling (513) 569-5779 or by visiting the Counseling Office.

Outreach Presentations

Designed to provide preventive and educational programs that support and enhance the campus-learning environment for students. If faculty, staff, or student organizations have a need for specific programs, contact the Counseling Office to make arrangements for a group presentation or workshop. Programs could cover topics such as study skills, career development, test anxiety, success motivation, and classroom behavior issues. Two weeks notice is required on request for presentations.

Appointments

The Counseling Office generally operates on an appointment basis. Students who want an initail meeting with a counselor should call the Counseling Office at (513) 569-5779 or stop by Room 168 Main Building to schedule an appointment.

« back to top

Learning Outcomes

Student will have a greater understanding of their personality style and interests, and how these factors relate to career exploration. (Students will be able to make a more informed decision about
career choice).

Students will have a clear sense of goals as they relate to the counseling process. (Counseling goals will inform both the counselor and the student of identified concern(s) and desired outcome(s).

Students will be able to work through external factors that impair their ability to maintain an effective learning environment.

« back to top

main_image

Location

Room 168 - Main Building

Hours

8:30 am - 6:30 pm: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday
8:30 am - 5 pm: Tuesday & Friday

Phone

(513) 569-5779

Document Actions
CincinnatiState.edu    Site Map    Accessibility    Privacy Statement    Glossary    Driving Directions    Campus Map    
© 2009-2014 Cincinnati State Technical and Community College     All rights reserved.