The Counseling Clinic helps to enhance psychological/emotional health, as well as promote the overall wellness of the campus student community through education, outreach, counseling services, consultation, and crisis services.
Each year, the Eastern Illinois University's Counseling Clinic provides services to over 600 undergraduate and graduate students. Students visit the Counseling Clinic for a wide variety of struggles and concerns. If you would like to schedule an appointment or want to learn more about our services, please feel free to call our office at 217-581-3413.
Interested in an Internship at the Counseling Clinic for 2019-2020?
The Counseling Clinic requires that Interns commit to two sequential semesters of internship training at the Clinic. Prior counseling experience is strongly preferred.
Graduate students interested in an internship experience at the Counseling Clinic must submit application materials for consideration. These materials should include (1) a letter of interest, (2) your resume (3) an unofficial transcript of your undergraduate and graduate work, (4) three letters of reference (a letter from your Department Internship Supervisor may count but it must be in letter form and cannot merely be their permission for you to apply) (5) written permission from your Department Internship Supervisor to apply (either letter or email). The deadline for applying is March 1st, 2019. Materials should be submitted to Jessica Hallett, LCPC at the Counseling Clinic. The Counseling Staff will review these applications and schedule interviews with those students who appear to be viable applicants.
Click here for more information on our internship program and applying.