The Center for Counseling Services strives to foster the holistic development of students in the Randolph-Macon community. The Center seeks to be a bridge between the theoretical world of academe and the psycho-social life of students beyond the classroom. Through the therapeutic process students are assisted in clarifying their values, interests, and life goals as they concurrently work to increase their levels of self-determination, goal directedness, and independent functioning. The Center endeavors to promote the development of the whole, mature student while supporting the mission of the College.Counseling Services offers personal counseling to all students. Services include individual personal counseling, group counseling, consultation, and referral services when deemed appropriate or preferred by the student. Counseling Services also provides workshops on a variety of topics, online mental health screenings, and alcohol/drug education classes.Brief consultations and referrals are available to faculty and staff. Clinical staff follow the legal and ethical guidelines of the American Psychological Association and the American Counseling Association for professional behavior and confidentiality. Dr. Craig Anderson, Dr. Beth Schubert, and Dr. Dusti Sisk-Fandrich, provide counseling services.
Appointments can be made by visiting Counseling Services located in the Pannill House at 206 E. Patrick Street or by calling 752-7270 (x7270) from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Summer hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. All appointments are completely confidential and available to enrolled students at no cost. Appointments are typically given within 48 hours of request. Contact Campus Safety at x4710 for urgent after hours mental health needs. For serious emergencies, call 911 (9-911 from campus phone).
Please Note: Students should not pursue services at Counseling Services for the sole purpose of obtaining a letter of support for missing classes or for a medical withdrawal from classes. Counseling Services does not provide letters at the time of an initial consultation and cannot provide documentation regarding a student's mental health without a history of services at Counseling Services during the specified time period. If necessary, students are encouraged to seek letters of support from professionals directly involved in their care such as past or present psychological / psychiatric providers, or medical health providers.If you have specific questions, contact Counseling Services at 804.752.7270 (x7270). Our fax number is 804.752.4723.
As a convenience to our Web site users, Counseling Services maintains links to off-site information sources. We are not responsible for the information contained on Web pages not resident at www.rmc.edu. Please inform the Counseling staff of any broken links.
Send general (non-crisis) comments to: Craig Anderson, Ph.D. (804) 752-7270
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