Welcome to One Life Healing. We are a small group of counselors who care about providing effective mental health services to college students. We also provide professional consulting services to local organizations and professionals dedicated to supporting college students.
We are ready to partner with you and focus on accomplishing the goals you have set for yourself. For some clients, that entails that begins by decreasing stressors and making a plan to care for yourself physically and emotionally. For others, the focus is on maximizing natural strengths and capacities. We are here to create a strategy and be present as you achieve markers of success along your college journey.
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Our team will respond within 24 hours and, in most cases, college students are able to schedule a session within the same week of reaching out. A few basic questions we might ask during the phone call are:
"How did you hear about us?"
"What would you like to focus on in therapy?"
"How can your counselor best partner with you in the early stages of therapy?"
"What supports are you utilizing in this moment?"
"Do you have any questions about the process?"
"What are the best times for you to meet?"
Below is a sampling of topics that commonly emerge in sessions with college students:
Mental Health and Wellness
Stress Reduction and Mindfulness
Life as a Student-Athlete
Balancing Academics and Social Life
Organization and Time Management
Relationships and Boundaries
Alcohol and Drugs
Sex and Sexuality
Race Relations and Microaggressions
Nutrition and Weight Gain
Sleep Hygiene and Sleep Disturbances
Graduate School and Applications
Long Distance Relationships (LDR)
Counseling centers across the country try to respond to a growing demand for robust mental health services for their students. We recommend that students evaluate and take full advantage of resources available on campus. However, there are circumstances that make benefiting from those services difficult. We seek opportunities to consult with members of the administration, counseling center staff, student support staff, clubs and organizations, professors, and students. We value this collaboration as it empowers us to: (1) continue to remove stigma around mental health, (2) share the positive outcomes and powerful experiences we have had working with college students, (3) be in touch with as many perspectives to help us understand life on campus, and (4) eliminate barriers to effective mental health services on and off campus.