Student Counseling Services

Student Counseling Services

Our main focus is to care and support the emotional needs of students in a safe and confidential environment. Our services include working with students to explore issues of concern, process grief and trauma, examine the developmental changes while in college, be available when difficult issues arise, and other areas of psychological distress. We strive to offer high quality care in a safe place through individual or group therapy sessions. We partner with campus departments to provide outreach opportunities on a variety of mental wellness topics as well as help refer students to off-campus therapists. Stop by and see us today and know we are here to help.


Amy Marshall, LMSW | Counselor
Amy graduated from Toccoa Falls College with a B.S. in Counseling. After working for 13 years in the field, she returned to school and received a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Georgia. She is licensed by the State of Georgia as a Licensed Master Social Worker, and is currently pursuing Clinical Licensure. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), the National Association of Christian Social Workers (NACSW), and the Georgia Society for Clinical Social Work (GSCSW). Her clinical interests are general growth and development of the whole person.

Location and Hours
We are located on the lower floor of Fant Hall.
Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM


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Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network
National Center for Victims of Crime
Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault
Help for male victims

Depression and Suicide
JED Foundation
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Understanding cutting and self harm

Cultural Issues
Understanding Culture and Diversity in Building Communities
Effective Cross-Culture Communication

Alcohol and Drugs
Drug and Alcohol Addiction
Signs and Symptoms of Alcohol Abuse
Guidebook to Addiction on College Campuses

Anger and Anxiety
Dealing with Anger
Controlling anger before it controls you

Family Issues
Dysfunctional Families: Recognizing and Overcoming Their Effects
Understanding Dysfunctional Relationship Patterns in Your Family

When Religion and Sexual Orientation Collide
Sexual Compulsive Behavior