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Counseling Services

Wellness is a priority at Marshall B. Ketchum University. MBKU offers students a continuum of wellness support including mental health and counseling services.

Mental health includes emotional, psychological and social well-being. Individualized counseling services are available to students on a temporary, part-time, and flexible schedule throughout the year. Students needing long-term therapy are referred to their health care professional. A list of local mental health and assessment providers is located within the Student Achievement Center Moodle course.

Services are student-centered, culturally sensitive and respectful of the diverse backgrounds and experiences of students.

Counseling may cover a range of topics including:

  • Academics – stress, test anxiety, fear of failure, challenging coursework, etc.
  • Social and emotional well-being – transitions, friendship challenges, feelings of inadequacy, panic attacks, living situations, etc.

Additionally, University Student Affairs coordinates a variety of events and activities throughout the year to encourage students to focus on resilience and wellness.

  • Yoga on the lawn
  • Wednesday Wellness Walks
  • Crafting activities
  • Therapy Puppies
  • Workshops – Managing Stress, Imposter Syndrome, Time Management, and more

Additional resources are available within the Student Achievement Center Moodle course including:

  • Managing Anxiety
  • Recognizing Signs of Distress in Yourself and Others
  • Benefits of Mindfulness
  • Strategies to Improve Wellness


For inquiries regarding counseling services, please contact University Student Affairs at

National Hotlines

  • Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800.273.8255
  • Transgender Suicide Hotline: 877.565.8860
  • National Mental Health Hotline: 866.677.5924
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness: 800.950.6264