Tuesdays, 1-3 pm through May 4
Wednesdays, 2-4 pm through May 5
Students are welcome to call the Counseling Center at 828-262-3180 and request
initial consultation appointment.
The Counseling Center acknowledges the impact of the recent tragic events on our students at Appalachian State as
well as the long-standing historical context of violence against the Black community. We at the Counseling Center
stand in solidarity with our Black students, faculty, and staff in response to the violent deaths of George Floyd,
Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, and many others who have died as a result of violence toward Black
individuals and communities. At the Counseling Center, we recognize the adverse effects of systemic racism, violence,
multigenerational racial trauma, and the weathering effects of microaggressions on the physical and emotional
wellbeing of Black people and other people of color.
We care deeply about our students and recognize the grief, sorrow, anger, pain, and trauma that our students and
their families may be experiencing at this time. Please know that you are not alone and that we are here to support
you. We can join you in processing how systems of oppression impact you, and we can also help you connect to resources
that feel safe and that resonate with you.
All students are welcome at the Counseling Center. We offer initial consultations and individual counseling
sessions through TeleMental Health. Please call 828-262-3180 to get started. For those who would like
support but are not interested in ongoing counseling, we also have Let's TeleTalk counselors who are
available. For additional resources, please see below.
Please let us know how the Counseling Center can support you, your organizations, and our community during this
time. We look forward to continuing to engage in efforts toward anti-racism and collaborating on further
strategies for serving our students.
The Counseling Center Staff