GUIDE TO SERVICES
Please note: The CWC works to serve as many students as possible; however, during high-volume times, we may have a waitlist for services.
A consultation is not a therapy session; it is a structured 20-30 minute meeting to gather information about your situation and what CWC services would best fit your needs. During your consultation, we will suggest appropriate resources and next steps. We consider all the resources at the CWC to provide the best options for your unique situation.
Additionally, we may suggest other on-campus partners for resources such as coaching or tutoring, or off-campus providers when students could benefit from more specialized and/or longer-term care. If services and support in our off-campus network are best for your needs, we will provide you with information on these options.
- Please note: Consultation is a confidential service and what you share with us will remain confidential. Learn more about confidentiality at the CWC.
You will be asked to submit multiple forms prior to your consultation. If you call, you will receive them via email to complete & submit before you arrive for your consultation. Please have your Gator 1 ID on-hand throughout this process & during any appointments with us.
OLIVIA PITKETHLY, MA
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” – Anais Nin
Savannah Tucker, MED, EDS
“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.”
– Anais Nin