If this is an emergency
A psychologist is available at our office Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon and from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. (summer hours vary)
For persons who are experiencing urgent or life-threatening concerns, an initial assessment will be provided the same day.
For emergencies at other times, call Public Safety at 543-4123, call 911, or go directly to the emergency room at Western Missouri Medical Center at 403 Burkarth Road.
If you have been mistreated
If you have been mistreated by someone (student or employee) on campus because of your age, race, color, religion, sex, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, or disability, CLICK HERE for help through the University’s discrimination/harassment reporting procedures.
|You can get help from the Counseling Center without filing a report|
Could your eating habits be better? Your body image less critical? Click here to complete a brief screening and gain access to free online and mobile programs. Program options are tailored to individuals based on the results of the screening. Responses are confidential.
Safe Zone is a voluntary program that offers information and training to faculty, staff and students who want to learn more about supporting LGBTQ students on our campus.
We are offering multiple scheduled trainings throughout the semester. Registration for one of our scheduled training dates (listed below) is available on the Safe Zone training page. As always, if your department, office, or group would like to arrange a separate training, please have a representative complete the registration form on the Safe Zone training page and include the preferred dates and times.
Upcoming Scheduled Training Dates:
Faculty/Staff: February 12, 2015 from 1-3 pm (Union 123) &
April 6, 2015 from 2-4 pm (Union 123)
Students: February 11, 2015 from 2-4 pm (Union 233) &
April 7, 2015 from 1-3 pm
More training dates coming soon.
Who We Are
What We Do
The Counseling Center is committed to supporting Central Missouri's mission by helping students reach their fullest potential. Our free services are designed to help students with concerns affecting their lives and their functioning in college. We are dedicated to providing a safe and respectful atmosphere for students of all genders, ages, races, cultures, socioeconomic backgrounds, sexual orientations, and spiritual beliefs. We provide a range of services aimed at helping students overcome obstacles and grow as a person. Counseling Center is staffed by psychologists who are experienced in responding to a variety of personal and social issues.
A Place to Find Help
The Counseling Center is a safe place for students to begin addressing their concerns. In counseling, an objective person helps the student explore what is bothering them and find solutions to their problems. Through listening and exploration, we can help find individualized solutions to challenges that each student is facing. Counseling can help students develop new skills, understand their feelings and improve their ability to function productively in their life at UCM. Some people benefit from one meeting, while others are seen regularly for a brief period of time. If our time limited services are not appropriate for their needs, we will help access more fitting services in the community. Some of the services we offer are:
-Brief individual, group, & couples counseling
Where We Are
We are located in the East lower side of the Humphreys Building in Room 131.
For more info: Contact Us