Counseling & Psychological Services offers a variety of counseling services for currently enrolled KSU students. Please see our FAQs page for answers to our most common questions and to review our Confidentiality policy. For additional resources, visit our Self-Help and Education page.
Please note that per Georgia Law, students under the age of 18 will need parent/guardian consent in order to receive counseling services.Initial Consultation
Deciding which services best fit your needs begins with an Initial Consultation. Youâ€™ll meet with a counselor to determine which services would be most helpful to you. Potential options could include a referral to a group, brief individual counseling, off-campus community provider, skill shop, psychiatry, case management, on-campus resources, etc. Our services are free to currently enrolled students attending classes in the current semester.
CounselingWe offer counseling for individuals, groups, and couples to currently enrolled students.
Psychiatric ServicesPsychiatric clinicians are available to assist students experiencing a wide array of issues, including anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns.
Case ManagementCase Management seeks to provide services that foster growth, development, and success by assisting with areas related to mental health, emotional well-being, and safety by providing outreach, resources, referrals, advocacy, and follow up services.
Off-Campus ResourcesAn online directory to access a list of off-campus, licensed mental health clinicians that provide outpatient services in the Atlanta area.
24/7 Mental Heath SupportTo provide additional mental health support to students, the University System of Georgia is providing all enrolled students access to counselors, psychiatrists, and case managers outside of the campus Counseling office.
Healthy Eating and Living (HEAL)The HEAL Team is a multi-departmental and multi-disciplinary team that collaborates to provide the appropriate level of assessment, intervention, support, and/or referrals for KSU students who present with eating and/or body image concerns.
Accessibility Collaboration Team (ACT)The Accessibility Collaboration Team (ACT) is a multidisciplinary campus partnership that serves degree-seeking students who identify as neurodiverse or disabled. ACT is dedicated to reducing barriers that impede studentsâ€™ academic and professional success.