Counseling Services

Suicide outreach program emphasizes importance of knowing signs of suicide so you can act

At a staggering statistic, suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students and teenagers between the ages of 15-24 as stated by The National Alliance on Mental Illness.

Disability Services staff help students receive different requirements, not special treatment

While the Disability Services and the Counseling Center reside under the same roof, the two provide different assistance for students at BYU-Hawaii, according to Director Leilani Auna.

Dealing with Generalized Anxiety Disorder

One of the most common mental disorders in BYU-Hawaii is the Generalized Anxiety Disorder, according to BYUH counselor, Dr. Eric Orr. Dr. Orr and BYUH students explain how to manage this disorder.

Counseling Services provides group counseling sessions for

Whether one is struggling with, anxiety, stressful classes, sadness, relationship issues, or anything in between, Leilani Auna, the director of Counseling Services & Special Needs Services, said she and three other licensed counselors are there to help.

Alumnus returns to advocate happiness

A former student has just returned to his alma mater as a counselor.

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