Therapy for College Students
College is no easy feat.
It can be an incredible time, but it can also be stressful. Contrary to common assumptions, college life is more than partying, making new friends, and trying new things. It’s also a tremendous transition, with new difficulties and obligations. Students in college confront everyday challenges and academic obligations that, if neglected, can aggravate mental health difficulties. The stress and changes can lead to depression, anxiety, uncertainty, and poor academic performance.
The great news is, you don’t have to do it alone. Therapy is one of the best resources available to help you navigate this time. It can be beneficial for students that are active in the midst of a struggle or it can also be for students that are looking for support and guidance. Whatever you are feeling, we are here to help!
Benefits of Therapy
Benefits to receiving counseling while in college include:
Increased ability to manage difficult emotions
Decreased anxiety and improved mood
Improved self-esteem and self-confidence
Learning how to cope with life challenges
Better ability to manage stress effectively
Improved relationships and communication skills
Ability to identify and change counterproductive habits/behaviors
Improved time management and problem-solving skills
Accessing Therapy While in College
One of the barriers that college students face is often finding ways to access therapy. At Plymouth Mental Health we offer In-person an telehealth options to increase accessibility to services.
Telehealth (Virtual Sessions)
Don't have transportation or time to travel to appointments? Telehealth allows more flexibility with less worry about the logistics.
Anyone in Michigan can see one of our therapists from the comfort of their own private space with an appointment time that best suits them. Fit a session in on your lunch break, in between classes or any other time where you may have 30-60 minutes to dedicate to yourself!