Resources

Key Campus Resources

Counseling Center
The Counseling Center provides confidential short term counseling and crisis mental health services to any undergraduate student. For students needing care beyond the scope of the clinical services available on campus, [for example: weekly CBT or psychotherapy, psychiatric medication such as for treatment of ADHD, social skills groups, or specialized substance abuse treatment], we can assist students in referrals to services in the community using their health insurance. We recommend that students who have specialized or intensive mental health care prior coming to Lasell make plans with their current treatment provider to coordinate ongoing support. It is best to find off-campus professionals in the Boston area before arriving at Lasell. If you have questions about appropriate support in transitioning to Lasell as a new student please contact the Counseling Center Director JFletcher@Lasell.edu.

Health Services
The Health Services Office can provide assistance to students who have medical needs related to a special physical or mental health concern that requires on-going treatment. It is important to note that the Health Services Office does not generally provide student prescriptions to obtain psychotropic medications, including medications for ADD/ADHD; such needs require pre-planning which should be accomplished before the student arrives on campus. For further information, please contact Lisa Pearlman, Director of Health Services at 617-243-2217 or LPearlman@lasell.edu.

Disability Resources and Web Links for Students and Parents

Faculty Profile

Catherine Zeek, Ed.D.Professor of Education; Director of RoseMary B. Fuss Teaching and Learning CenterProfessor Catherine Zeek's scholarly interests focus on integrating high-impact teaching practices and effective supports for part-time faculty.  

News Highlight

Students, Faculty and Staff Travel to Tanzania for International Service Learning Trip  Wednesday, May 18, 2016In rural Tanzania, learning the English language is critical for a young child hoping to further his or her education, but it is often out of reach. For the next two weeks, a group of Lasell students hope to make a difference in one rural community there as part of a new Shoulder-to-Shoulder service learning trip.

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