Psychological Resources for Students, Parents, Guardians, Faculty and Staff
Peer Counseling Program
The Peer Counseling Program is an opportunity for students to learn active and empathic listening skills as they become an important support system for each other and ambassadors of good listening for the community. This is a voluntary program taught, facilitated, and supervised by the Counseling Department. Students report that learning these skills makes them better friends, have more self understanding and empathy for others. The mainstay philosophy for the program is marked by encouraging self awareness, being empathic, and non-judgmental.