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Student Counseling Services requests that all students seeking treatment fill out the background information forms prior to the initial appointment. These forms can be completed online at the following link:
Please go to VPN http://camelvpn.conncoll.edu to login and then enter the following URL https://buttonbush.conncoll.edu/titanium_web/launch.htm.
Once the page opens, click on the tab for Intake. Please complete this "paperwork" prior to your initial appointment.
Due to confidentiality laws and ethical practice standards, NO information is shared with anyone outside the SCS offices. If the student requires information to be shared with a third party, they will be required to complete the below release of information form to authorize the release of information. Students who have questions regarding confidentiality can speak with the counselor at the time of the initial appointment or speak with the Student Counseling Services Director, Janet Spoltore, Ph.D., ABPP.
Forms are saved as PDF documents. PDF documents are viewable on both Macintosh and PC platforms, but require the Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Download Adobe Acrobat Reader
Emergency contact: Campus Safety, 860-439-2222
For student appointments, call x4587
or email SCS@conncoll.edu
Student Counseling Services
Warnshuis Health Center
270 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320-4196
National Suicide Crisis Line:
Southeast CT Mental Health Authority Crisis Response
(7 days per week but not 24 hours)
Trevor Project Crisis Hotline
Connecticut College cares -- It's okay to ask for help. Check out the I Have a Therapist video.