Nancy Easton, Psy.D., Interim Director
Building B, B-119
(773) 442-4650

Student Counseling Services supports student success by providing counseling and mental health services to currently enrolled Northeastern students and offers consultation and outreach to the campus community at large.

Counseling and psychotherapy are offered to help students understand and deal with emotional distress, relationship difficulties and personal concerns, freeing them up to make clearer and healthier decisions. In therapy, students can explore a range of personal life problems that may cause distress and disrupt their lives, including issues such as anxiety, suicidal thoughts, anger, depression, relationship problems, traumatic experiences or addictions. Individual, couples and group psychotherapy are available to current students. Faculty and staff are eligible for consultation and outreach services. When services are needed that are beyond the scope of what Student Counseling Services can offer, referrals are made to outside providers.

Appointments can be scheduled by calling (773) 442-4650 or in person in B-119.