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Counseling
The Center for Women & Men offers counseling free of charge to students, staff and faculty, regardless of gender.

The Center’s counseling services include:

  • Short-term crisis intervention and drop-in problem solving;
  • Individual counseling for survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual harassment, childhood sexual abuse and other gender-related harm;
  • Support groups for survivors and their friends.

The Center for Women & Men and the Sexual Assault Resource Center are one and the same. Student Counseling Services is a separate place that also offers confidential counseling and support groups on a variety of other topics. To schedule an appointment with Student Counseling Services, call (213) 740-7711 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays or visit the Engemann Student Health Center on the University Park Campus.

How do I make an appointment?

Call (213) 740-4900 during business hours.

Does the Center for Women & Men offer support groups?

Yes, the Center for Women & Men offers weekly support groups throughout the academic year. They are safe and confidentials space for students who have experienced sexual abuse, sexual assault, harassment, stalking or other gender-related violence. The sessions are supervised by a professional counselor, and the size of the support group varies from semester to semester. To learn more about the groups offered this semester, call (213) 740-4900 or visit the Center.

In case of a counseling emergency after hours or during weekends,
call (213) 321-3982.

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