In accordance with NSU’s directives, Henderson Student Counseling Services will be transitioning all services to on-line and telephonic platforms as of today. We are committed to ensuring the well-being of our students and staff and know these changes will be temporary. We will be operating remotely from 8:30am – 5:00pm, Monday-Friday, until further notice. On-call and crisis services will remain available 24-hours a day and may be reached by contacting the main office @ (954) 424-6911 and following prompts for connection to the on-call counselor.
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College life can be stressful. We are here to help.
Some concerns Student Counseling Services can help address:
- Academic concerns & Career development
- Relationship challenges
- Stress and time management
- Substance abuse
- Adjustment to student life
- Problem solving & goal setting
- Test and seminar anxiety
- Eating and Body Image
COLLEGE IS AN EXCITING, TRANSFORMATIVE TIME…
But along with these changes often come a variety of challenges and concerns that are new to many students. Stress, anxiety, and a range of other emotions are normal reactions to the demanding programs and college life. Sometimes, these emotions become difficult to deal with alone, and it is often helpful to talk to someone or to reach out and ask for help.
Student counseling provides the opportunity for students to benefit from working on personal issues with experienced professionals.
The counseling relationship is objective, non-judgmental, and understanding. Most importantly, the counseling relationship is strictly confidential. Nova Southeastern University students are afforded the opportunity to express their emotions in an uninhibited environment.
The counseling center is staffed by licensed mental health professionals, a licensed psychologist and a psychiatrist.
SERVICES OFFERED – (for Nova Southeastern University Students)
Individual counseling focuses on the exploration and resolution of the student’s personal problems or issues according to his/her needs.
Counseling the parties of a relationship (couples, family members, and friends) to help them better manage troublesome differences.
Regional Campus Services
Individual and couples counseling is available via Video Counseling for all Regional Campus students.
Session(s) with the psychiatrist for evaluation and determination regarding medication management.
We are available to schedule classroom presentations, residence hall program planning support, and various educational seminars for your department or student organization(s).
A small group of individuals who meet to assist each other in emotional growth and problem solving; facilitated by a counselor.
(FAQ’s) Frequently asked questions about the Student Counseling Center
Click Here for our FAQs page.
3301 College Ave.
Student Affairs Building, 3rd Floor
Davie, FL 33314
Phone (954) 424-6911
Fax: (954) 424-6915
24/7 Crisis Hotline (954) 424-6911
Registration for New Students:
Please click here to complete the registration form before your appointment.
DAVIE CAMPUS: Please click here to complete our survey after your appointment.
REGIONAL CAMPUS: Please click here to complete our survey after your appointment.
Hours of Operation
Monday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am – 8:00 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am – 8:00 pm
Thursday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm