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Counseling


All counseling options below are “confidential resources”. This means those resources are not obligated to report information that is given to them. This allows the client to explore his or her options in a no-pressure environment in order to make informed decisions. The only exceptions to this rule are in cases that involve imminent risk of serious harm, emergent hospitalization, or a court order. While specific information may be kept confidential, these incidents may be counted for statistical purposes, as per the Clery Act. Non-confidential resources are required by law to report these incidents/violations.

 


Resources


There are many resources that you can utilize as a member of the TCNJ community if you are a victim of sexual assault or dating/domestic violence. Below are the on-campus and off-campus resources:

On-Campus (for Faculty/Staff) (Confidential)

  • Employee Assistance Program
    Center for Integrated Wellness
    Forcina Hall, Room 124
    609.771.2139

    After Business Hours:
    P) 609.571.0677
    E) eap@tcnj.edu

On-Campus (All Confidential)

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
    Eickhoff Hall, Room 107
    609.771.2247
    https://caps.tcnj.edu/
  • Center for Integrated Wellness
    Forcina Hall, Room 124
    609.771.2700
    Hours: Mon 9:00am – 4:30pm, Tu-Th 9:00am – 9:00pm and Fri 9:00am – 4:00pm

    The Center for Integrated Wellness (TCNJ Clinic) is an outpatient facility that offers professionally supervised, low-fee, couples & family therapy and individual counseling to Mercer County and TCNJ residents, as well as the surrounding communities.

  • Community Counseling Collaborative
    Forcina Hall
    Services & Contact Information: Community Counseling Collaborative Spreadsheet

    Is a group of outside clinicians that provide services to TCNJ students either on-campus or at an off-campus location, whichever is preferred by the student.The clinicians accept various forms of insurance, and many will accept payments on a sliding scale, which means students who do not have insurance or cannot afford typical payments, would only be expected to pay what they can manage.


For more information on each of these resources please visit: https://oavi.tcnj.edu/tools-for-everyone/relatedlinks/sexual-assault/