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The college years are filled with challenges, opportunities, and hope about the future. At the same time, it is not unusual for students to encounter setbacks while embarking on this rewarding journey. Mood fluctuations, stressful life events, anxiety or loss of a loved one can interrupt the flow of an otherwise "normal" semester and send it downhill very quickly. Therefore, Counseling Services exists to provide Christ-centered professional counseling, consultation and education promoting healing, wholeness, relational health and spiritual maturity in the Moody community.
Counseling Services are available to all full-time enrolled Chicago and Spokane undergraduate students, as well as Seminary students. Support and educational groups are also offered for a variety of concerns.
Chicago Campus Counseling Services
The counseling staff includes three full-time and three part-time counselors who are supervised by the Associate Dean of Counseling Services. All staff members are licensed professionals who adhere to the ethical standards of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies and legal standards of the state of Illinois.
All sessions are confidential, which means what is said within the context of the therapeutic relationship stays between the client and his/her counselor. Limitations to this confidentiality exist where counselors have a legal or ethical duty to report.
Spokane Campus Counseling Services
Students at Moody Bible Institute—Spokane have numerous opportunities for growth that reach all areas of life. Many students find counseling to be essential in this development as a disciple of Christ.
Moody has partnered with a local Christian counseling firm. The cost to the student is nominal, and many times insurance can offset the incurred cost. All sessions are confidential, which means what is said within the context of the therapeutic relationship stays between the client and his/her counselor. Limitations to this confidentiality are where counselors have a legal or ethical duty to report.
Michigan Campus Counseling Services
InterSessions is a psychological services clinic on the MTS—Michigan campus that provides a quality, affordable service to the community and practium experience for our alumni and students enrolled in our Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (M.A.C.P.) program.
The clinic staff, under the direction of Dr. John Restum, is providing a wide array of psychological services at affordable rates. Beyond integrative and professional psychotherapy services, InterSessions also offers psychological testing and therapy-based support groups to its clients.
Qualified clients, including individuals, children, couples and families, can be seen for as low as $30 per session at our private-pay facility.
|Monday–Thursday||10 a.m.–8 p.m.|
|Saturday||10 a.m.–5 p.m.|