Westminster College Counseling Services is committed to the personal growth and development of all Westminster students and the campus community. All students are welcome, and a philosophy of diversity is embraced with a spirit of respect and acceptance.
Counseling Services is designed to meet the emotional needs of Westminster students. A range of free services is offered to students wanting help with personal concerns. Some of the concerns that may be addressed with the counselors are: psychological problems, relationship and family issues, academic and personal stress, depression, anxiety, test anxiety, abuse (sexual, physical, emotional) and non life threatening eating issues. Services may be offered in the form of individual sessions, group meetings or family meetings. The Counselors also provide consultation to friends, faculty and parents concerned about a student in distress while respecting the confidentiality of all concerned.
Location: Student Health Center
Contact information for Dr. Glory Pionati:
Phone: From a college phone: x7340 From off campus or cell: 724 946-7340
Hours: Monday through Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (flexible according to need)
For Weekend or After Hours Emergencies: Call Campus Security @ 724 946-7777 from cell or off campus or 7777 from a campus phone
Contact information for April Redmond, part-time counselor:
Phone: From a college phone: x7378
From off campus or cell: 724 946-7378
Hours: Monday through Wednesday 9 a.m. -5 p.m. (flexible according to need)
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If you are experiencing depression or anxiety, click on ULifeline link above or the Self-eValuator below.
This anonymous screening is for informational purposes only. If, as a result of any of this screening, you become aware that you have a problem, you are encouraged to seek help from the college counselor at x7340 or other professional mental health care provider. SELF EVALUATOR
Other Information available on the ULifeline site:
Alcohol and Drugs
Grief and Loss
Suicide If you find that your self evaluation identifies you as depressed, anxious or with other issues that need attention, please contact me for an appointment at 724 946-7340 or email@example.com.