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Counseling Services

Counseling team at Rosemont

How to Schedule an Appointment

As an undergraduate or graduate student at Rosemont, counseling services are including in your tuition and fees. There is no additional cost to you. Stop by the Counseling Center or contact the Counseling Center Director, Kruti Quazi, at kruti.quazi@rosemont. edu or 610.527.0200 x2416.

Although counseling sessions are usually by appointment only, we may be able to accommodate walk-in appointments if an appropriate counselor is available.


Counseling Center Mission

Rosemont College Counseling Center seeks to support students in the achievement of their educational goals by helping them resolve personal issues that affect their success.

The Counseling Center strives to enhance student growth in self-knowledge and self-efficacy, critical thinking, personal problem-solving, emotional coping strategies, interpersonal skills, the creation of meaningful and healthy relationships, effective communication and overall emotional and social well-being.

In the event of an emergency and the Counseling Center is closed, contact Public Safety at xt. 2555 or go to the Bryn Mawr Hospital Emergency Room.

Individual Counseling

Talking things through can often lead to new perspectives or options for action. Individual counseling provides an opportunity to talk with a counselor in a one-on-one setting. Sessions typically last 45 minutes and are scheduled around your availability and the hours the Counseling Center is open.


Group Counseling

When there's interest and support psychoeducational groups may be formed and devoted to topics like stress, grief, relationships, or dealing with body image issues. If you're interested in participating in a group, please contact the Counseling Center.


Counseling helps you:

  • Cope effectively with stress
  • Increase self-confidence
  • Overcome loneliness
  • Understand and improve relationships
  • Reduce feelings of depression and anxiety
  • Deal with drug and alcohol issues
  • Deal with food/eating and body concerns
  • Develop time management skills
  • Reduce test or classroom anxiety
  • Cope with a relationship break up or grieving a death
  • Gain insight into a decision or work through a conflict
  • Find support after a traumatic experience

Confidentiality

Inquiries about counseling, presence in counseling, and information shared in counseling sessions are all confidential. Information will be released ONLY with a student’s written permission or with the following exceptions, as required by law: if there is imminent danger to self or others, suspicion of child or elder abuse, or court subpoena in rare cases.

Information may be shared between counseling interns and the director of counseling to ensure the effectiveness of counseling. All records and communications are securely maintained.