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APPOINTMENT LINE (860) 832-1926
General Inquiries (860) 832-1927
Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Willard-DiLoreto Hall, W101
The counseling center supports students’ academic success by assisting them in resolving interpersonal, behavioral, emotional, and other personal challenges.
All services are free of cost, confidential, and available to all enrolled full- and part-time students.
We offer individual counseling, group counseling, support group, psychoeducational, and psychiatric referral services. Referrals for specialty, long term, or more intensive services are also available.
Our services are provided by licensed mental health providers and advanced graduate student trainees directly supervised by a licensed mental health provider.
We are located on the first floor of the Willard-DiLoreto Complex, W101.
Please drop by or all 860-832-1926 to make an appointment.
Counseling and Student Development
Michael Russo, Psy.D. - Director of Counseling and Student Development
Shannon Jackson, Psy.D., MS Ed. - Associate Director of Counseling and Student Development
William Fothergill, MA, MSW, LPC - Counselor
Gladys Moreno-Fluentes, MSW, LCSW - Counselor
Victoria Ginter, MS, CRC, LPC - Counselor
Jessica Ofray, MS, LPC - Counselor
The Office of Wellness Education
Jonathan Pohl, PhD - Coordinator, Wellness Education
Gabriella Bierwirth, BA - Wellness Programs Assistant
Please visit the Student Wellness Services, Wellness Education Office for more information on exciting campus-oriented Wellness events and prevention programs.