The University of the Cumberlands Counseling Center offers individual and group counseling sessions for a wide variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, substance use, relationship struggles and more. The UC Counseling Center provides a safe, non-judgmental place to work through your concerns and issues. Our team of experienced counselors will meet you where you are and walk through the healing process with you. Services are provided to students, faculty and staff confidentially and free of charge.
School of Counseling
Correll Science Complex, Room B227
6162 College Station Drive
Williamsburg, KY 40769
UC Counseling Services are provided free of charge to students, faculty and staff.
WHAT IF I KNOW SOMEONE IN CRISIS?
If the student or friend is in crisis, get immediate professional attention.
Emergencies: Dial 911
Campus Safety and Security Call Extension: 4444
Williamsburg Police (Non-emergency): 606.549.6038
Cumberland River Crisis Line: 888.435.7761
Dr. Emily Coleman, VP for Student Services: 606.515.7903
HOW DO I REFER SOMEONE TO COUNSELING?
If the person is not currently in crisis, he or she needs to seek services on their own. Non-judgmental encouragement from others can often help them decide to do so. If you are close enough to a student or friend to know that there is a problem, only you can decide if/when it is right to discuss your concerns. Talk to them about your observations and discuss counseling as an option. If the individual is receptive, offer to help them call the Counseling Center at 606.539.3566 or to request an appointment by visiting the ucumberlands.edu/counselingcenter.