The health of the mind is just as important as the health of the body. That's why Penn State Worthington Scranton provides counseling services to assist students with managing and reducing psychological problems and distress and enhancing mental health and well-being.
- Adjusting to college life
- Relationship concerns (romantic, roommate, family and friends)
- Low self-esteem
- Communication skills
- Gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans concerns
- Academic or learning difficulties Stress/Anxiety
- Alcohol or drug abuse
- Eating disorders
- Abuse issues
You can reach the Student Counseling Center at 570-963-2681
Online Resources for Relaxation
It's important to take care of yourself. There are a number of valuable online resources that you can use for relaxation and stress reduction. Learn how stress impacts your health and life, as well as some self-help strategies for managing it through the PSU Student Affairs EDGE online workshop.
Looking to break a sweat? Penn State Worthington Scranton’s Multipurpose Building features a weight facility, cardio room, and multiple courts. It's open late on weekends and weekdays. Please use the links on the right side of this page for helpful information. You may also call Student Affairs at (570) 963-2690 May through August while Nurse Jill is not on campus.
Resources to help victims of sexual assault
- Women's Resource Center hotline (570) 346-4671 24 hours/day wrcnepa.org. This includes the:
- Rape Crisis Center
- Dunmore Police (570) 344-0851
- Geisinger Community Medical Center (570) 703-8000
- Regional Hospital of Scranton (570) 348-7100
- Commonwealth Health (Moses Taylor Hospital) (570) 770-5000
- Affirmative Action office at University Park http://www.psu.edu/dept/aaoffice/shrp.htm