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Counseling Services

All students at Marylhurst University have access to counseling support and referral.

Services include initial consultation and assessment, ongoing periodic supportive counseling, referral to community resources and support for short-term counseling services in the community.

To access counseling services, contact:

Bill Zuelke, LPC, PCC
Dean of Students
Marian Hall
503.534.4073
bzuelke@marylhurst.edu

Support Group for Stress and Anxiety
A support group has been organized through Marylhurst counseling services. The group provides support, education, skills development, and group interaction for students and/or alums experiencing stress and anxiety. The group is meeting Tuesdays during spring term. Individual support sessions are also available. For more information, contact James Wright, counseling intern.

 

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