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The "Ask a Counselor a Question" feature is not to be used as a Crisis Hot-Line or to take the place of a counseling session. It is simply to be used for informational purposes and to assist students with referrals to appropriate resources. Please keep in mind that it is not monitored on a 24-hour basis, therefore, we will not be available to respond immediately.

IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY INFORMATION OR CALL (304) 766-3168 FOR ASSISTANCE DURING FOR WEEKDAY BUSINESS HOURS.

We will attempt, to the best of our abilities, to keep your question(s) and/or information confidential.  However, there are some circumstances in which we are required by law to break confidentiality and report to the appropriate authorities.  These circumstances include:  actual/potential harm to self or others.  Again, please keep in mind that information sent via email sometimes gets "lost" or accessed by unauthorized individuals, therefore, we cannot be held responsible if other parties gain access to information that is submitted.

PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT THE MORE INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE WITH YOUR INQUIRY, THE MORE ACCURATE AND SUITABLE OUR COUNSELOR RESPONSE WILL BE.

To ask the West Virginia State University Mental Health Counselor a question, please email taborro@wvstateu.edu and provide your name, email address, age, gender, and question.  Robin will get back to you as quickly as she can.

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