Fall 2021 Update
EMU Counseling Services is available for in-person counseling sessions. As we begin the semester, counselors and clients will be masked in accordance with current university policy. We will keep you updated as any changes are made.
Schedule an Appointment
To ask questions or schedule an appointment, contact our front desk staff Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5:00 pm EDT at 540-432-4317 or email us at email@example.com.
For after-hours emergencies please call the RD on call at 540-476-4578. If you are in crisis and need to talk to someone immediately, call Community Services Board (CSB) Mental Health Emergency Services: (540) 434-1766, (24-hours Crisis Response). For life threatening emergencies, please call 911.
Complete forms online
If you have scheduled an initial assessment with the counseling center, you must complete a series of intake paperwork. This informs our practice and helps us provide the best form of care. Please click this link to complete your paperwork. Once you click the link, select the tab that reads, "Counseling Intake-first appointment", to complete your forms. Please complete all forms, or you will be asked to complete them during your appointment. When you are finished the computer will return to the home screen and you are free to exit the site.
Here are additional resources for remote access to services:
- National crisis text line: Text "Hello" to 741741 for free confidential support.
- Emergency Services: 540-434-1766 ( Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Board (CSB))
- Sentara RMH ER
○ 24-Hour Crisis Care: 540-689-1000
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
○ 1-800-273-8255 (TALK)
- Harrisonburg Police Office
○ Non-Emergency: 540-434-4436
Please feel free to be in touch with any questions.
Note: Counseling Services provides direct services for undergraduate and graduate students enrolled and attending classes on EMU campus. Off campus or online program faculty, staff or students are able to consult with an EMU counselor via email or phone on locating resources or assistance in their own geographic area.
In case of an emergency:
If you are a student on campus contact your on-call residence hall director (RD) or campus security at ext. 4911.
If you are having an emergency after working hours or on weekends, please visit the local emergency room at Sentara RMH Medical Center, 2010 Health Campus Drive or call 911.
*All interactions between students and counselors are strictly confidential and are not subject to disclosure without a student’s specific permission. If a student is at risk of harm to self or others, confidentiality may be broken for safety purposes.