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Typical Counseling Issues


 Adjusting to College Life

Alcohol and Other Drugs

Anger Management

Body Image / Eating Disorders

Conflict Resolution

Depression / Suicide

Domestic Violence

GLBTQ

Grief and Loss

Mental Health

Relationships

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 Self Esteem

Self-Injury / Cutting

Sexual Assault / Date Rape

Sexual Harassment

STI's
Sexually Transmitted Infections

(Formerly referred to as STD's)

Stress / Anxiety

Traumatic Experiences

Valuing Differences

Wellness

 Learning Disabilities  Students with Asperger's Syndrome  Other Resources

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ADJUSTING TO COLLEGE LIFE
ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS

Alcohol

Other DrugsPrescription DrugsResourcesTOP
ANGER MANAGEMENT
BODY IMAGE / EATING DISORDERS
CONFLICT RESOLUTION
DEPRESSION / SUICIDE
  • ULifeline
    • Suicide prevention and improving mental health for college students. student veterans, and student athletes

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

      YWCA of Northwest Georgia (Cobb County) 770-427-2902 

        Hotline770-427-3390 24 hours, 7 days per week

Resources For Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking, and Dating Violence
GLBTQII
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GRIEF / LOSS
MENTAL HEALTH
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RELATIONSHIPS
SELF-ESTEEM                       Learn to write your hurts in sand.
                              Learn to carve your blessings in stone!
SELF-INJURY / CUTTING
SEXUAL ASSAULT / DATE RAPE

20-30% of college dating relationships include incidents of both verbal
and physical abuse. 15% of female college students report being stalked.

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SEXUAL HARASSMENT
STI's (Sexually Transmitted Infections)

Types Resources and Information TOP
STRESS / ANXIETY
 
TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCES
VALUING DIFFERENCES
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WELLNESS

“If you don’t take care of your body, where will you live?” - unknown

LEARNING DISABILITIES
STUDENTS WITH ASPERGER'S SYNDROME
OTHER RESOURCES
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