Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 8:00AM – 5:00PM,
Wed 9:00AM – 5:00PM
**Note** Counselors do not respond to email or secure messages after hours. If you are in an emergency, please call 928 523 2261
How to make an appointment
Call or drop in to make a Path to Care appointment
NAU Counseling Services
Counseling Services would like all NAU students to know, regardless of your political beliefs, that we are here to support you. We are aware of the events going on at our Nation’s Capitol and recognize that this may create a wide variety of emotions, reactions, and thoughts that students may want to process. Telehealth appointments are available via Zoom during business hours, and our on-call counselor is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please call 928-523-2261 to schedule a telehealth appointment or to speak with the-on call counselor.
COUNSELING SERVICES CONTINUES TO PROVIDE TELEHEALTH SUPPORT TO ALL NAU STUDENTS
We remain committed to your health and well-being
In order to do our part to stop the spread of the current pandemic, Counseling Services will provide support to students physically located in Arizona exclusively via telehealth counseling for the Fall 2020 semester. We ask that you please call in first if you are interested in initiating services. You will be connected with one of our medical or mental health providers for a telehealth appointment. This call-first procedure is in place to better serve you, increase efficiency, and ultimately minimize risk for the NAU community.
Please visit our COVID-19 Resources page for additional mental health support
If you are interested in ongoing counseling, or are simply looking for mental health support, please visit our “Services” page for more information about scheduling a Path to Care appointment.
Note About Current Social Climate
We at Counseling Services are aware of the recent tragedies and injustices impacting Black and African-American communities. Please visit our Commitment to Diversity page for information regarding Counseling Services’ response and related resources.
Supporting student mental health and well-being
Many students receive help with:
- adjustment to college
- eating concerns
- anxiety and stress
- substance abuse
- academic issues
- career and vocational issues
Our services are tailored to the individual needs of each student. We offer individual and couples counseling, group counseling, crisis services, outreach, and consultation about students of concern. Counseling Services staff members do not write letters of support for assistance animals at the request of a client/student.