Counseling Services

What is counseling?

The goal of counseling is to improve one's overall mental health.  It can help individuals address emotional issues, behavioral issues, or increase individual growth. Take a look at our brochure to learn more about the counseling services on campus.

Staci Salzmann is on the Sheboygan Campus every other Wednesday.  Students can schedule an appointment by calling (920) 924-0614 and letting them know you are from the Sheboygan Campus and that you would like to schedule an appointment.

Personal counseling services are available to all registered students. Personal counseling services differ from advising services in that a number of personal issues can be addressed during counseling sessions. Common areas of concern brought to counseling include:

  • Stress, stress-management
  • Anxiety/fears/worries
  • Depression/sadness/mood swings
  • Problems related to school/grades
  • Attention and concentration
  • Low self-esteem/confidence
  • Procrastination/motivation
  • Friends/roommates/dating concerns
  • Sleep difficulties
  • Choice of major/career

Counseling can help with the following:

  • Using strengths and attributes in a variety of situations
  • Identifying problem areas and factors that attribute to difficulties and dissatisfaction
  • Learning what thoughts and behaviors contribute to and maintain problems and how to change them
  • Improving stress-management skills
  • Building self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Enhancing the quality of relationships
  • Making better decisions
  • Leading a more satisfying and fulfilling life

There are several screening tools available to help you determine if you could benefit from counseling or referral services on campus: