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Please Note: At this time, all counseling services are provided virtually through teleconference meetings, phone, or email.

The mission of Counseling Services is to promote student learning and development by providing counseling and referral services that address the need for retention-focused resources, and address the mental health care needs of Cincinnati State students.  

Counseling Services generally operates on an appointment basis. To schedule a counseling appointment fill out the Counseling Services Appointment Request form.

Our services help students understand themselves and their difficulties, and ultimately make healthy choices for their lives. Services are provided in a nurturing environment where similarities and differences among people are recognized, respected, and honored. 

Types of Counseling Services

Personal/Mental Counseling

Students with problems of a personal/emotional, social, career, or educational nature may use individual short-term counseling services (up to 10 sessions per semester) provided by professionally trained counselors and graduate student counseling interns.

On a voluntary basis, students may seek services that address issues such as anger, anxiety, depression, adjusting to college, self-esteem, family issues, grief and loss, depression, and/or interpersonal issues. 



Crisis Intervention

Crisis services assist students with personal/emotional concerns. Students will be seen as soon as possible. Consultation with counseling professionals should provide opportunities for students to explore the nature of the crises and identify appropriate alternatives for resolution. 



Consultation is available as needed for students, faculty, and staff members to provide information or assistance with a variety of concerns. Counseling Services will work with individuals and/or departments to identify appropriate resources for specific situations, including crisis management, providing better services to students, and/or offering guidelines for referrals. Faculty and staff may arrange for consultation services by calling or visiting the Counseling Services Office.


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


Mental Health Resources

Note: Resources listed below are provided for information and not as an endorsement.

24/7 Support Resources

  • Text HOME to 741-741 to speak with a crisis counselor via texting
  • Talbert House – Text TALBERT to 839863
  • National Support Line – 1-800-273-8255


Meditation Exercises

Enjoy free YouTube videos that provide guided progressive muscle relaxation, grounding techniques, guided imagery, and other support.



Location:  Room 171 Main Building (Clifton Campus) 
Phone:  (513) 569-5779