Individual Services

We address a number of personal issues that someone may struggle with here at Viterbo University. The following are examples of issues we address in individual counseling:

  • homesickness
  • loneliness
  • stress and anxiety
  • adjustment to transitions, loss, and/or grief
  • relationship issues
  • disordered eating
  • self esteem and body image
  • social concerns/social anxiety
  • depression
  • self-cutting, self-injury
  • suicidal behavior/suicide prevention
  • alcohol and substance abuse
  • personal safety
  • family issues
  • physical health concerns
  • financial concerns
  • post-trauma
  • domestic violence
  • sexual abuse/sexual assault
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Group Services

Sometimes we need the support of others to help us get through our current situations. At Viterbo, we work on developing student specific groups to address the needs of the campus community from traditional to non-traditional students. Below you will find a listing of not only campus provided groups, but groups that are provided by local organizations free to students. This listing does not have all programs but gives a person a place to start in finding the support and help they need to work on becoming a healthier, well rounded individual.

Campus Provided Groups
  • Healthy Hawks: This group is an integration of Campus Rec., Dietetics, Health Services, Counseling Services and community resources coming together at the request of students. This group is for students looking for ways to integrate or improve their health and well-being through activities and with the assistance from professionals in the areas of wellness.  Personal training, nutrition counseling sessions, and weekly group activities provided.  Group starts September 16th . For more information go to www.viterbo.edu/recreational-sports/healthy-hawks
  • Mindfulness Thursdays:  This group is focused on learning how to slow oneself down and take the time to focus on what you need to take better care of yourself.  The group is facilitated by the Master's in Mental Health Counseling students.  Group is located in Murphy Center Room 346 from 6-7 pm on Thursday's.  No preregistration necessary.
Community Groups