How to find college counseling services in NJ

In all of the preparation you as a family are doing to send your child off to college, helping him/her be aware of the mental health services available to them is an important part. Colleges offer free and confidential counseling services to their students. And statistics would tell us, even if your child doesn’t need them, he/she will have a peer who needs these important services.

The college years are full of opportunities but are likely to create new challenges for a young adult. Even the most self-reliant student might have difficulties negotiating academic, interpersonal and emotional concerns and would benefit from speaking with a counselor.

Counseling services help students achieve educational and career goals, learn problem solving skills, enhance their capacity to develop satisfying relationships and make the most of their college experience.

Below is a list of college counseling centers in New Jersey. If your child is attending college outside of New Jersey, a google search should help you find the college counseling center where they are in school. If you need help, contact the school directly. Or please contact me if I can help you find services for your child.

Caldwell University

Centenary University

Drew University

Fairleigh Dickinson University

Georgian Court University

Kean University

Monmouth University

Montclair State University

New Jersey City University

New Jersey Institute of Technology

Princeton University

Rowan University

Rutgers University

College of Saint Elizabeth

Saint Peter’s University

Seton Hall University

Stevens Institute of Technology

Stockton University

The College of New Jersey

William Patterson University

Talking about mental health with your child helps them know they can talk about it with you when challenges arise. Keeping communication open is key. You can find more information about counseling services available to your college student here.

Jaime Malone