Where are Glaeser Counseling Services located?
Our offices are located at 1610 Moore St., Huntingdon, PA 16652. You can contact our general email for information regarding services at Glaeser Counseling Services or schedule an appointment by clicking the link above.
What are your hours?
Glaeser Center Lobby Hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. There are days where the office is closed from 12 p.m. through 1 p.m. for lunch. Counseling appointments are available outside these hours depending upon counseling staff availability.
E-mail either Jonathan Reveley-Cohen or Melissa Leskowsky, or you may call the center at 814-641-3353.
Who can go to the Glaeser Counseling Services?
All full time undergraduate students enrolled in classes can receive services at the Glaeser Counseling Services. We provide individual and group counseling, and we also help students get connected to other resources on campus or local community resources and providers when a higher level of care is appropriate.
What is counseling?
Counseling is a private and confidential service that empowers you to make changes and resolve various problems. Your counselor will listen and help you develop skills to make changes you determine are important.
How long may I remain in counseling?
Glaeser Counseling Services are included in the student health fee. We do not limit the number of appointments a student can utilize; however, we use an absorption model which means our availability depends upon demand of services. Students typically schedule appointments every other week. When clinicians identify Glaeser Counseling Services are not an appropriate level of care, we continue to work with students in establishing referral and connection to the appropriate resources and providers.
Are visits to Glaeser Counseling Services confidential?
All visits to Glaeser Counseling Services are confidential. A counselor may only talk to parents or administrators if the student specifically authorizes it in writing or if there is an imminent risk of harm to oneself or others. Glaeser Counseling Service records are protected health information (PHI) and protected by The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). Records are kept confidential via our electronic health record that only clinical staff can access.
What is Mantra Health?
Juniata College partners with Mantra Health, a clinically-informed digital mental health provider for college students, to offer you access to mental health care virtually. By enrolling in Mantra, you can connect to psychiatric nurse practitioners for psychiatric evaluations and medication management, all through video at your convenience. Your provider will work with you to establish a personalized treatment plan, which may include lifestyle changes and tools to track your progress. Your on campus therapist may also collaborate with the Mantra provider from time to time, to make sure you’re receiving the optimal treatment plan for your needs. The College will offer free sessions through the school.