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University blues?

As students prepare to enter UM, they eagerly anticipate unprecedented educational opportunities and Miami’s rich cultural diversity. At the same time, however, they will also be facing many challenges in dealing with their newfound freedom.

The Counseling Center can assist students with adjusting to campus life and deriving the most benefit from their educational opportunities.

The Counseling Center’s full-time staff, which includes six psychologists and three pre-doctoral interns, provides short-term individual counseling and crisis intervention. Additionally, a variety of therapy groups are offered to help with a variety of relationship issues.

The Counseling Center also can provide referrals for off-campus mental health services.

The Counseling Center provides career-counseling services, including a variety of interest, ability and personality tests to provide students with feedback based on the results.

Students utilize services for academic adjustment issues such as test anxiety, time management and sleep disturbance.

For more information, visit www.miami.edu/counseling-center or call 305-284-5511.

Adjusting to college life

August 1, 2005

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