220 Royce Hall

University Counseling Services Would Like to Introduce Our New Associate Counselor!

Rebecca Johnson joined Counseling Services in February after completing her Masters of Science at Winona State University.  She is originally from Onalaska, WI and has enjoyed working with university students in various capacities.  She previously worked on the establishment of a gender-based violence and bystander intervention education program and currently teaches a summer course at WSU.  When she has free time, you’ll find her scoping out plane tickets, watching documentaries or browsing for new music.  Rebecca welcomes all students and hopes to give individuals a safe and supportive space on campus.




University Counseling Services (UCS) is the primary source of mental health counseling for students on the University of Wisconsin-Platteville campus.  Confidential, short-term counseling is provided to assist students with personal, social, developmental, academic, or career concerns related to their education progress, personal growth, and general well-being.

Counseling Services staff are available to faculty and staff for consultation on a variety of mental health topics.  We offer written resources, programs or presentations upon request.   We welcome the opportunity to share information with your classes, departments, or organizations about the services we provide to campus.If you have a disability and desire accommodation, please advise us of your request as far in advance as possible by calling Deirdre Dalsing 608-342-1865.

The information contained on our website is intended for informational purposes only and is not intended to substitute for help from a qualified mental health professional.





Counseling: Contact Information

Contact Information

Appointments 608-342-1891

220 Royce Hall
1 University Plaza
Platteville WI 53818

Hours of Operation
Monday & Friday 8:00am-4:30pm
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 8:00am-8:00pm

Concerns 608-342-1865
Fax 608-342-1863

Please be advised that e-mail is not considered a secure form of communication; therefore confidentiality cannot be guaranteed if you forward information of an urgent nature. UCS staff only monitor and respond to e-mail during regular office hours.

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