College of Education and Public Policy

IPFW Community Counseling Center

Welcome to the IPFW Community Counseling Center. We offer help for individuals (adults and children), couples, and families experiencing personal problems, adjustment reactions, or career-counseling concerns. If you are experiencing any of the following concerns, please feel free to contact us:

  • Relationships issues
  • Self-concepts enhancement
  • Time management
  • School problems
  • Family and martial counseling
  • Depression/anxiety disorders
  • Assertiveness training
  • Career counseling
  • Parenting and child discipline
  • Coping with loss
  • Remarriage and step-family issues
  • Stress reduction
  • Life adjustments problems

All of our services are free of charge.

About Us

The IPFW Counseling Center is the primary training center for graduate students-in-training. Most sessions are observed by a faculty supervisor and another student. Each evening, the professional team discusses how to provide the best services possible. In the last decade, IPFW faculty and counseling students earned two national and nine statewide awards for excellence. The program has both state and national accreditation.

We respect the rights of clients and adhere to a strict ethical code. A central tenet of our ethical code is maintaining client confidentiality as mandated by law.  Indiana law requires all counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers to report child abuse. We must also tell authorities if clients become a danger to themselves or others.

We extend services to everyone, regardless of race, sex, religion, gender preference, or national origin. We believe that individual growth and development are best nurtured in the context of environmental and family relationships.

For more information write to: Ethical Standards, National Board for Certified Counselors, #3-D Terrace Way, Greensboro NC 27403.

Photo of the welcome desk at the IPFW Community Counseling Center.