UNC’s embedded counselors bring mental health care closer to the classroom

CAPS counselor Carolyn Ebeling’s information is displayed on a monitor in Carroll Hall. (Savannah Gunter / Carolina Connection)

When UNC students try to arrange campus mental health appointments, they’re often faced with wait times of several weeks. But now, UNC’s Counseling and Psychological Services is trying a new approach, bringing counselors closer to the classroom. Counselors now have offices in the Hussman School of Journalism and Media and the Eshelman School of Pharmacy, so students can get class and counseling in one place.

Savannah Gunter has more.

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