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What is Let's Talk?  

Let’s Talk provides space for a brief helping conversation.Let's Talk Logo

Students can meet with a licensed counselor in a more casual atmosphere at various drop-in locations around campus (see below).

Please note that Let's Talk is not meant to act as, nor to replace, therapy. Therapy appointments can be made by calling the main Counseling Services office at 585-245-5716.

  • Let's Talk is confidential and convenient.
  • It is FREE to all members of the campus community.
  • This service will resume TBA.

Please note that Let's Talk is on TEMPORARY HIATUS for the Fall 2018 semester.  Counseling Services currently is looking to fill two positions, and we hope to resume Let's Talk as soon as we are fully staffed once again.


Times and Locations (suspended for Fall 2018)

  • Mondays, 2:30-4pm
    Onondaga 203 South (South Village Counseling Services) with Beth Cholette, Ph.D.

  • Thursdays, 2:30-4pm
    Schrader 122 with Laura Swanson, L.C.S.W.

  • Fridays, 10:30am-12noon
    Sturges 211 with Alexandra Carlo, Ph.D.


Additional Information

Let’s Talk is designed to provide students with convenient access to informal and confidential consultations with counselors from Counseling Services, a part of the Lauderdale Center for Student Health & Counseling.  Although Let’s Talk counselors are licensed professionals, Let’s Talk conversations are not therapy.  These consultations are not a substitute for regular counseling, and they do not constitute mental health treatment.

We highly recommend that you seek treatment from Counseling Services or elsewhere if you currently meet any or all of the following conditions:

  • Require more than a brief consultation to address your needs;
  • Are experiencing a high level of distress;
  • Feel extremely depressed or anxious;
  • Have active thoughts of harming yourself or someone else.

As noted above, regular therapy appointments can be made by calling the main Counseling Services office at 585-245-5716. Additional after-hours assistance can be accessed by visiting our Crisis & Emergency Resource page.