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Counseling Center

Counseling Center

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The LU Counseling Center offers professional services designed to assist students in their personal, emotional, and social development. Through counseling, students learn how to cope with various challenges related to identity development, goal setting, social coping skills, managing emotions, and/or how to resolve or cope with conflicts both internally and externally. We encourage all members of our community to put mental health as a priority.

In case of a mental health emergency, students can receive immediate assistance by calling (855)225-2726 to access S.A.M. (Student Assistance by Mercy), a helpline that is available to LU students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The phone number for the National Suicide Prevention Hotline is 1-800-273-8255. View the full directory of local support, resources, and helplines.

MISSION AND VISION

FORMS AND DOCUMENTS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT

CONSULTATION FOR FACULTY, STAFF, PARENTS, AND STUDENTS

OUTREACH PROGRAMS 

GETTING STARTED WITH COUNSELING

CRISIS INTERVENTION AND EMERGENCY SERVICES

GROUP THERAPY

PARENTS 

REFERRING OTHERS

THERAPY MYTHS

If you are a student in crisis, an on-call counselor is available in University Women 110 or 111 or by phone (405) 466-3210, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., weekdays. After hours counselors are available by phone through a resource named Call SAM at (855) 225-2726 or by contacting the Langston University Police at (405) 466-3366 or 911.

Additional Resources

META Teletherapy and Call SAM Resources

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