Student Counseling Services

Mental health and wellness services for students

Emotional distress, relationship difficulties and personal concerns can make it very difficult to perform well and achieve your academic goals. Counseling and therapy enable you to understand and deal with those issues, freeing you to make clearer and healthier decisions. You can use counseling to explore personal problems in your life including anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, relationship problems, anger, addictions, and many other difficulties that may cause stress and disrupt your life.

Explore the information on this site to learn more about how counseling might help you, how to refer someone else to a counselor, or how to find help off-campus. Use the links on the left for other services offered on campus.

Eligibility

Counseling services are available to currently registered NEIU students. We provide time-limited treatment and the number of individual or couples therapy sessions are determined in collaboration with the therapist. Group counseling services are available to Northeastern students without session limits. Discuss details of this policy with your counselor.


How to contact us:

Call us at (773) 442-4650
Visit us in room D 024

Getting Help

When our office is open, call Northeastern's Counseling Services (773) 442-4650 to speak with a counselor here on campus. During fall and spring semesters, our hours are Mon-Thur 9 am-6 pm (after 5pm is by appointment only), Fri 9 am-4 pm.

Call Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center Crisis Line (773) 296-5380

Call your local hospital emergency room.

Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255), en Español 1-888-628-9454.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-8255                     de Prevencion de Suicido 1-888-628-9454