Counseling Center

The Counseling Center provides students with an opportunity to explore, in a confidential setting, their problems and concerns with a professional psychotherapist. In addition, through the Counseling Center, students have access to psychiatric services. These services are free and available throughout the year.

The Counseling Center's goal is to provide counseling services to students so that they can develop their unique strengths and achieve their full potential in their academic, personal, and professional lives.

College is a time of inner and interpersonal change, challenge, and growth. This is a wonderful, yet stressful time of life. The Counseling Center is available to support students with a variety of issues, such as:

  • Difficulties with Roommates
  • Adjustment to College
  • Depression
  • Anxiety and Stress
  • Loneliness
  • Lack of Self-confidence
  • Eating Problems
  • Anger Management
  • Abuse Issues
  • Concerns or Excessive Use of Alcohol or Drugs
  • Academic Problems
  • Future Decisions
  • Cultural/Ethnic Concerns
  • Family Problems
  • Grief and Loss Issues
  • Problems with Intimate Relationships
  • Sleep Problems
  • Questions Regarding Sexuality or Sexual Orientation
  • Interpersonal Problems

We all need support from time to time in our lives, so don't let these things get in the way of your academic career or personal life. Appointments may be made by visiting the Counseling Center in the Leever Student Center, or by calling 203.596.4585, or e-mailing us at Counseling@post.edu.


Meet the Staff  

Lisa Antel

Lisa Antel


Title:
Director of Counseling Center

Degree:
B.A.; Bates College, M.S.W.; Smith College

lantel@post.edu
203.596.4585


George Hayes

George Hayes, Jr., MSW

Title: Counselor

Provides 8 hours of service per week, working primarily with substance use and abuse issues. 

B.S. and MSW from Springfield College. He received his CADC from the Connecticut Certification Board, Inc. 

ghayes@post.edu
203.596.8545

 

Dr. Robert McWilliam

Dr. McWilliam provides psychiatric services to Post students in his office in Woodbury, CT, a short drive from campus. Psychiatric appointments with Dr. McWilliam can be arranged with your counselor.

Degree: BA and a MD from the University of Vermont


Location and Hours

The Counseling Center is located on the first floor of the Leever Student Center, the last door on your left before the stairs that lead to the student mailboxes.

The Counseling Center is open five days a week. The door will be closed if we are not in the office or if we are seeing a student. If the door is open, feel free to drop in.

Monday Lisa Antel, LCSW
George Hayes, MSW
8:00-4:00
3:00-8:00
Tuesday Lisa Antel, LCSW 8:00-8:00
Wednesday Lisa Antel, LCSW 8:00-4:00
Thursday Lisa Antel, LCSW
8:00-2:00
Friday George Hayes, MSW 3:00-6:00

In a crisis situation, please call 203.228.8706.