COVID-19: Essential Information

Counseling

Welcome to Counseling! We are committed to providing the best care we can to the Middlebury College student community through counseling, advocacy, consultation, and education. We are open and providing remote services throughout the academic year and summer. Counseling visits are free of charge and available to students actively enrolled in a Middlebury program.

If you have met with us before, please note that we have made some changes to our services in order to better meet the mental health needs of our student community. See our Services Offered for more information and learn how to Schedule an Appointment as needed.

Please note that Middlebury College Counseling is utilizing teletherapy in order to maintain safe operations for its staff and students during the phased reopening of  Middlebury College. Sessions are being conducted through encrypted video conferencing that adheres to appropriate standards defined by APA, ACA, and local statutes.

To contact us, call (802) 443-5141 or email us at counseling@middlebury.edu.

Introducing:

MiddTelehealth

In addition to our campus-based Counseling Center, we are happy to present MiddTelehealth, Middlebury College's new medical, mental health, and health coaching platform for enrolled students both on- and off-campus. This service is available at no cost to enrolled Middlebury College students. We hope that this platform will help increase student access to quality care, whether they choose to meet with one of our counselors located on campus, or connect with a provider virtually through MiddTelehealth. You can find more information at go/middtelehealth.

Confidentiality and Privacy

Records created and maintained by this department are considered student treatment records, and the student’s privacy of such information is governed by federal and state laws. Unless specifically authorized by law or required by court order, private medical or counseling information and student treatment records will not be shared or released without the consent of the student.

Our Commitment

Our Counseling philosophy is built on a framework that affirms the uniqueness and potential of individual students whie embracing the richness of diversity. We are committed to social justice and supporting awareness and change at the individual and community levels. We strive to create a confidential, affirming, and nonjudgmental space that acknowledges the impact of prejudice, discrimination, oppression, power and privilege. We are committed to respecting the complexities of students' identities and life experiences.

Counseling
Centeno House
Phone: (802) 443-5141
Fax: (802) 443-3407