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RMU Counseling Center
counseling@rmu.edu
412-397-5900 phone
412-397-5920 fax
Patrick Henry, Lower Level


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Services

We Offer: 

 
Consultation
Counseling Center staff members are available to provide consultation for faculty and staff reg
arding issues or concerns about a student. Consultations are available in person or by telephone.

Counseling
Individual and/or group counseling sessions are available to students, free of charge. Counseling may focus on concerns such as separation issues, relationships, anxiety, depression, abuse, grief/loss, eating disorders, etc. We utilize a short-term model of counseling in order to accommodate the entire student body. This means that counseling sessions will focus on the issues/concerns at hand. If long term or more intensive treatment is required, the student may be referred to a community provider.

Psychiatric Medication Management
Psychiatric services include psychiatric evaluations and ongoing medication management.  Eligibility for psychiatric services is contingent upon recommendation by your RMU therapist and concurrent active treatment with an RMU therapist.  If long-term medication management is required or if a student client wishes to receive psychiatric services only, they will be assisted with referrals to psychiatric providers off-campus.

Educational Workshops / Outreach
The counseling staff is available to provide educational workshops or outreach events to student groups, faculty, and staff  on various topics and issues. The sessions may be held in the residence halls, classrooms, or at any other university-owned facilities.

THRIVE Program
THRIVE is a peer educator program which develops student leaders to act as mental health ambassadors of the Counseling Center.  THRIVE Leaders strive to eliminate mental health stigma by developing and implementing campus-wide educational initiatives and outreach events.

Online Wellness
The RMU Online Wellness Coach will partner with online students to help them achieve desired health changes and modify their wellness-related behaviors to work toward a more balanced lifestyle.

To schedule an appointment
Please email (counseling@rmu.edu), call (412-397-5900), or stop by the Counseling Center to schedule an appointment. Prior to your first appointment, we ask that you complete the following forms: