Phone availability during the rest of Spring Semester: Monday through Friday, 8am to 4:30pm Please call 612-330-1707 if you would like to schedule a Wellness Consultation (via phone or Zoom) with one of our counselors. In addition, our back-up phone service through ProtoCall will be available 24/7 (612-330-1707, Option 1).
Message from CWC Director Nancy Guilbeault:
Hello! The Center for Wellness and Counseling is making changes regarding delivery of counseling services to students, due to the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak.
CWC counseling staff will no longer be able to offer in-person office appointments for the duration of spring semester. However, WE WILL be offering students 30 minute WELLNESS CONSULTATIONS by phone with a counselor.
To schedule a WELLNESS CONSULTATION with a CWC counselor, please call Dianne Detloff at 612-330-1707, starting Monday, March 23rd.
Phone counseling from ProtoCall services will be available 24 hours a day during the rest of spring semester, by calling 612-330-1707 and selecting option 1. Students may call with any concern or with more urgent matters. This service allows you to connect directly with a licensed mental health counselor.
We sincerely look forward to hearing from you. All of us at CWC care to support your emotional wellbeing the best that we can under these circumstances.
Best wishes and good health to you,
To succeed as a student, it’s important to stay healthy in your body, your mind, and your relationships. The Center for Wellness & Counseling (CWC) wants to partner with you in your health. CWC offers services to help you become physically and emotionally resilient, so that you can “bounce back” in the face of college stress. We offer:
•Free, confidential personal counseling, building on your strengths and resources in a safe and supportive space. Counseling services at CWC are available during fall and spring semester. During the summer, free or low-cost counseling services are available in the community.
•Relaxation Room with massage chair, relaxing music, and guided imageries
•Low-cost medical services at our neighborhood family practice clinic, People’s Center ($5 co-pay for uninsured Augsburg students)
The CWC staff is committed to providing services that are culturally informed, inclusive and honoring of spiritual and religious perspectives, and LGBTQIA affirmative. We are honored to have received the 2014 “Augsburg Pride Award” from LGBTQIA Services.
(Pictured in photo, from left to right: Dianne Detloff, Abby Schnedler, Josh Kent, Beth Carlson, Nancy Guilbeault, Christine Oliver, Amber Madume)