1. What is counseling at Victory all about?
Victory University is proud to introduce campus sponsored counseling services for students and staff. Some of the concerns that can be addressed by the counseling staff are:
- Test anxiety and Stress Management
- General Anxiety and fear
- Family concerns
- Relationship concerns
- And more…
2. Who benefits from counseling?
Everyone can benefit from counseling from time to time; especially when things get difficult. You may need counseling if the problem you are experiencing at school, work, home, and/or in your personal life are causing you to not be able to function as you normally would.
3. Why go to counseling?
There are two missions in providing counseling services at Victory. The first is to provide a safe environment for the student body and staff to confidentially work through their problems; hoping to reach a positive outcome when the counseling relationship has ended. Secondly, the counseling services at VU provide invaluable practicum and internship training to graduate students in Victory University’s counseling program, which prepares the graduate student counselors to be licensed as professional counselors.
4. Where is counseling done?
Counseling will be offered in room B-214 at the VU campus (by appointment only).
5. When is counseling available?
Counseling services are offered at various times throughout the week. To schedule an appointment for counseling, please contact Marc McClure at email@example.com for availability. You may also reach Mr. McClure by phone at 901-320-9700 ext. 2007.
6. How much does counseling cost at Victory University?
Counseling services for Victory students, faculty, and staff is free of charge.