Peace of mind.
The Beacon College Counseling and Wellness Center employs a strengths-based approach to help students reduce psychological distress, develop interpersonal skills, and nurture a stable sense of self to accomplish their academic and personal goals.
Commonly Addressed Concerns
Emotional issues: stress, anger, loneliness, guilt, grief, low self-esteem, anxiety and depression.
Developmental issues: adjustment to college, homesickness, life transitions, interpersonal difficulties, and identity (personal, cultural, sexual, gender).
Substance use: related to mild alcohol or other drug use.
Academic: performance anxiety, perfectionism, or mental health issues that affect academics.
- Short-term individual counseling
- Group counseling
- Skill-building workshops
- Bridging services to community resources
- Crisis intervention
- On-campus screenings
Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (while school is in session)
Schedule an Appointment
- Call the Counseling and Wellness Center at 352-638-9787
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule with a counselor or submit a referral
The Beacon Wellness Line: 833-434-1217
A 24/7 confidential support line designed to offer immediate services to help you manage your concerns. You will be connected to a licensed mental health professional ready to help you.
Common reasons students may call include:
- Feelings of anxiety, depression, or stress
- Having suicidal thoughts
- Relationship problems or worries
- Grief and loss
- Help with coping skills
- Support between therapy session or waiting to see a therapist
Suicide Prevention Hotline: call or text 988
If you or someone you know is in emotional distress or having a suicidal crisis, anonymously call or text the suicide prevention hotline to speak with someone and receive free counseling.
The counselors at the Counseling and Wellness Center take confidentiality very seriously. Health privacy laws protect each student’s mental health records. Student information cannot be shared with a third party without a written and signed consent.
Learn about our other Student Success programs.