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Confidentiality and Limits
Your confidentiality is important to us. The Code of Ethics of the American Counseling Association and state law regulating our profession require that information provided in counseling remain confidential unless the client provides written consent for disclosure. Counseling records are kept separate from your other school records. Unauthorized access to your counseling file is prohibited. Due to legal and ethical constraints, confidentiality is not guaranteed if you are found to be a clear and imminent danger to yourself (suicidal) or to another (homicidal), if you report current abuse of a child or a dependent adult, or if your records are subpoenaed by a court of law. (For more information, contact a counselor and ask to review the Informed Consent form for further details about your rights and responsibilities).
Should you experience a crisis during hours when DeVry University North Brunswick is not open, please contact the New Jersey Mental Health Crisis Line (866-202-4357) to arrange for crisis intervention services.
DeVry North Brunswick Counseling Services is located in room 2001-Student Affairs.
To schedule an appointment visit the Student Affairs Office in room 2001 or call (732) 729-3860.
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
- Thursday: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
- Saturday and other evening hours available - please call for an appointment
The initial appointment with the Counselor is for screening/assessment. During this appointment, the student and Counselor will discuss options for counseling. The Counselor is usually available to take appointments the same day if needed. At busy times during the semester, Counseling Services may have a waiting list for services. During these busy times, the Counselor will make every effort to estimate the amount of time before a first appointment can be scheduled. If however, you experience a crisis before you are able to make your appointment, please contact us so that crisis intervention services can be arranged.