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Telephone: (215) 204-7276
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Wed 9 AM - 12 PM
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Welcome to Tuttleman Counseling Services
If you are a student of Temple University, Tuttleman Counseling Services offers you support for your emotional, educational or vocational concerns. Assistance is confidential and free of charge. We provide an atmosphere that is informal and professional, where you can feel safe and comfortable seeking help.
A wide range of assistance is available including counseling, support groups, literature, and educational programs and outreach events. MEET OUR STAFF
Psychology and Psychiatric Services
Licensed psychologists and counselors can provide you with individual, couple, and group counseling, as well as consultation, education and referral to other resources on campus or nearby. Some common issues that are addressed, individually or in groups, include: depression, anxiety, relationship problems, stress, eating disorders, loss and grief, procrastination; shyness, self-esteem, family problems, sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues, racism, sexism, academic performance, and career decisions.
Mental health needs are also cared for by Psychiatric Services, which provides psychiatric evaluations, medication consultations, and short-term individual psychotherapy. Students are seen by appointment except in emergencies when immediate care is needed.
Campus Alcohol and Substance Awareness (CASA)
The CASA program staff coordinates the University’s alcohol and other drug related concerns. Certified addictions counselors offer individual and group counseling. Educational literature, seminars and workshops are available as well. Ongoing weekly support groups are offered for individuals recovering from substance dependency, and for adult children of alcoholic and dysfunctional families.
Creative educational programs on alcohol and other drug-related concerns are available. Topics include alcohol and other drug uses and abuses, safe drinking strategies, adult children of alcoholics, codependency, healthy relationships, surviving the holidays, and more. If you, loved ones or friends are concerned about your substance use, we can help.
Sexual Assault Counseling and education (SACE)
If you are a male or female survivor of any form of sexual violence or abuse, sexual harassment, interpersonal abuse or stalking, the SACE program staff offers counseling, assistance and comfort. We also help by coordinating service with health care, crisis intervention and systems advocacy within the Temple University community. Individual and group counseling is available. Groups are offered on occassion for: rape survivors, survivors of child sexual abuse, anger management, domestic violence, and co-victims. See support groups information on each group.
SACE staff members work to reduce the incidence of interpersonal violence on campus. Educational training and workshops are conducted to sensitize students, faculty and staff to the problems of sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship abuse and other forms of sexual violence.