Counseling & Group Support

Chat with a Counselor

Nearly everyone struggles with stress, depression, or anxiety at various times in their lives. We want to help you succeed during your time with us, so we provide free, confidential counseling sessions for students; we're here if you need support or someone to confide in.

Counseling is provided by a licensed, clinical professional trained and experienced with many issues you might face, including: 

  • anxiety or sleep issues,
  • depression,
  • academic, work, or family stress,
  • relationship difficulties,
  • substance use,
  • eating disorders,
  • education/work/life balance challenges,
  • etc.

We'll provide you with strategies to help you find some peace of mind.

Employees: Counseling is available to you through the IU Employee Assistance Program.

Group Support

Many people feel alone in their struggles when faced with stress, depression, anxiety, relationship problems, etc. You don't have to be alone; others face similar issues and sometimes simply knowing you're not alone makes all the difference.

Group support sessions can help! Give us a call to find out more.

Available support groups may change in response to student demand and current events on campus. Check back soon and keep an eye on WolfVision!

We are here to help and listen without judgment. No problem is too small, so don't hesitate to reach out.

Jennifer Claypoole, MSW, LCSW