University Counseling Services is the primary source of mental health counseling for students on the UW-Platteville campus. We help people to develop competence and confidence, manage their emotions, improve their coping skills, build relationships, establish their identity, and make decisions.

We offer services that include individual counseling, couples counseling, group counseling, crisis intervention, career assessment, alcohol/other drug information, and self-help resources. We also are available to faculty and staff for consultation on a variety of mental health topics, and we can provide written resources, programs, and classroom and residence hall presentations upon request.

Mission Statement

University Counseling Services provides time sensitive and goal-oriented mental health services through a wellness lens to the UW-Platteville student population. We facilitate emotional, academic, social, and personal development utilizing individual and group counseling.

Psychoeducational and consultative services provided to the campus community enhance awareness and understanding of emotional wellness to support student academic achievement. We acknowledge and incorporate an individual’s culturally-bound values in a therapeutic process to affirm, promote, and celebrate diversity in its broadest sense.

For frequently asked questions, please visit our FAQ page.

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Administration & Faculty

Deirdre Dalsing
Director
Jason Artz
Counselor
Teresa Miller
Counselor
Jodi Moen
Associate Counselor