Natalie Rusch, Ph.D., Mental Health Clinician, Nick Oleen-Junk, Practicum Clinician, Megan Cobb, Ph.D, Licensed Psychologist, Director of Personal Counseling Services .
Personal Counseling Services provides a range of services focused on the mental health and well-being of the College community. Services are provided by licensed psychologists or graduate students who are being supervised by one of the staff psychologists.
Confidential individual and couples counseling, as well as periodic supportive group counseling, are available to all enrolled Edgewood College students.
We strive to offer a safe environment for people of all races, sexual identities, genders, religious affiliation, ability, and class - all who reflect the rich diversity of the world's cultures and perspectives. All services are free and confidential.
Concerns commonly addressed include:
- Adjustment to college
- Relationship difficulties
- Interpersonal issues
- Grief and loss
- Identity exploration
- Academic difficulties
- Family issues
- Trauma and abuse
- Substance abuse
- Sexual assault
- Eating and body image issues
- Stress management
Please be aware that there was a recent error in the Student Development Staff brochures. The credentials of the Personal Counseling staff should be listed as the following:
Megan Cobb, Ph.D., Director
Natalie Rusch, Ph.D., Mental Health Clinician
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Megan Cobb at (608) 663-2281.
Services are being offered under the supervision of Dr. Ronald May, Licensed Psychologist, (608) 833-9290 (ext. 321).
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