Counseling Services

Counseling Services

Counseling Services provides a supportive environment in which students are encouraged to seek solutions to any social, emotional, or behavioral barriers to their success. Counseling is a process of change in which individuals are helped to define goals and seek solutions to their personal, social, or academic concerns.  We provide confidential services which are included in tuition to address concerns ranging from challenges with adjustment to college, stress, depression, anxiety, grief/loss, relationship concerns, substance abuse, anger, self-harm, eating concerns, identity development, and more.

Services Provided

The following is a general list of services that are available to students:

  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Consultation for family members concerned about a student
  • Referrals for additional mental health services or support in the community
  • Outreach programming on mental health and wellness topics
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Staff

Director of Counseling Services: Dr. Rose Andrejczyk, Licensed Psychologist
Associate Director: Dr. Erica Beachy, Licensed Psychologist
Staff Counselor: Dr. Paul Butler, Staff Counselor

Contact Us

Worcester Campus, Boutin Student Center, Second Floor
44 West Street
Worcester, MA 01609
508.373.9544
counseling@becker.edu


Leicester Campus, Marsh Hall
964 Main Street
Leicester, MA 01524
774.354.0466
counseling@becker.edu

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Schedule an Appointment - Counseling

  • If you do not receive a follow-up call within 24 hours (excluding holidays and weekends), please contact the Counseling Center directly by phone. Thanks and have a great day.

Mental Health Support: after hours/weekends

If you are a parent or family member who is concerned about the safety of your student after business hours, call Campus Police at 508.373.9555, or x9555 from any campus landline phone. Becker College Campus Police are trained first responders who will provide immediate support and secure emergency transport as needed.  Campus Police will also contact the psychologist on-call to assist with any situation any student may be facing during a time of crisis.