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Counseling Services

Counseling Services

Mental and emotional wellness are essential for good health.

Coker University has partnered with MUSC TelePsych to provide students access to licensed mental health professionals, including psychiatrists. Students are especially encouraged to call for help in dealing with such common problems as homesickness, depression, sleep disturbances or inability to concentrate, as well as more urgent needs.

Schedule a Counseling Appointment

To schedule an appointment with MUSC TelePsych, students have two options:
1.) Fill out this form to schedule your appointment with MUSC TelePsych. (This is MUSC’s preferred method for scheduling an appointment.)
or
2.) Call MUSC TelePsych at 843-792-9907 and press 3 for TeleHealth services. 

Please have your insurance information on hand. 
If you do not have insurance, MUSC will work with you to receive services. 

All counseling appointments will take place at Coker University’s Center for Health and Wellness at 212 South 2nd Street, Suite 212 (behind the DeLoach Center). Please bring a photo ID and insurance cards at the time of your appointment. 

To schedule an appointment with MUSC TelePsych, students have two options:
1.) Fill out this form to schedule your appointment with MUSC TelePsych. (This is MUSC’s preferred method for scheduling an appointment.)
or
2.) Call MUSC TelePsych at 843-792-9907 and press 3 for TeleHealth services.

Location: 212 South Second Street, Suite 212 (behind the DeLoach Center)

For on campus emergency after-hours assistance, contact Campus Safety immediately at 843-383-8140.
For an off campus emergency, call 911. 
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
 

Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

For on campus emergency after-hours assistance, contact Campus Safety immediately at 843-383-8140.
For an off campus emergency, call 911. 
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
 

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FAQs

Students should bring a photo ID and insurance cards at the time of the appointment. MUSC will work with uninsured students so they can still receive services. 
 
There is no limit on the number of sessions.
 
To schedule an appointment with MUSC TelePsych, students have two options:
1.) Fill out this form to schedule your appointment with MUSC TelePsych. (This is MUSC’s preferred method for scheduling an appointment.)
or
2.) Call MUSC TelePsych at 843-792-9907 and press 3 for TeleHealth services. 

Please have your insurance information on hand.  If you do not have insurance, MUSC will work with you to receive services. 

 
For on campus emergency after-hours assistance, contact Campus Safety immediately at 843-383-8140.
For an off campus emergency, call 911. 
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
 

 Please call MUSC TelePsych at 843-792-9907 and press 3 for TeleHealth services to reschedule your appointment.

 

Student records are kept strictly confidential in compliance with state and federal law, including FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) and HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act).

Student records cannot be released or disclosed without written consent of the patient/client except under the following conditions:

  • In the event of a health or safety emergency
  • Threat of harm to self or others
  • Suspected child abuse
  • Suspected abuse of elderly or disabled
  • Court order or subpoena