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student affairs and resources

Counseling Services

 

The Center for Professional Development
Dr. Joseph Garbely, DO
Dr. Amy Wells, PsyD, RN
Dr. William J. Heran, PhD., LCSW
355 Lancaster Avenue, Building E, 2nd Floor
Haverford, PA 19041
Phone: (215) 834-7979

 

Tuttleman Counseling Services
Melanie Cosby, PhD
215-204-7276
5th floor of 1810 Liacouras Walk
http://www.temple.edu/studentaffairs/counseling/
Services include: Psychological services and personal growth groups; gay and lesbian support group, black student support group, international support group, relationships and communication, eating disorders.

 

Sexual Assault Counseling and Education Program
215-204-7272
Support group for survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
Appointments also can be made with the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology (215-707-3007) and the Department of Psychiatry (215-707-3364) directly or through Student Health Services. Remember to identify yourself as a medical student if you call a department directly.

 

 

Main Campus Resources

 

http://www.temple.edu/studentaffairs/counseling/

 

Psychological counseling services are available from Temple University Counseling Services located in Sullivan Hall on the main campus. The office can be reached at 215-204-7276. Services include:


Psychological Services and Personal Growth Groups:

  • Learn-to-Learn groups
  • Hispanic support group
  • Women’s support group
  • Loss support group
  • Mind time: Your Power of Action
  • Adult children encounter groups


Health Services Program:

  • Health education center
  • Men’s clinic
  • Gay and lesbian support group
  • Black student support group
  • International support group
  • Relationships and communication
  • Eating disorder support group


Sexual Assault Counseling and Education Program (S.A.C.E):

  • Survivor groups (groups for survivors and adults recovering from childhood sexual abuse)
  • S.A.C.E. peer educators (campus educational programs regarding sex and violence issues)
  • Contact 215-204 7272


Campus Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program (C.A.S.A):

 

The primary goal of the C.A.S.A. program is to provide safe and supportive counseling and educational opportunities where one will feel comfortable discussing alcohol and other drug related issues. Access to various 12-step programs is available.