Counseling Services

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Central Penn College offers counseling services to all of its students. You may seek counseling for a variety of reasons - stress, relationship management, time management, depression, anger issues, grief and loss, substance abuse, etc. When it becomes too much to handle alone, please reach out for additional help through the counseling services at Central Penn. You are not alone.

Counseling occurs in a variety of settings-in person, through email, by phone or through virtual face-to-face sessions. To make an appointment with the counselor, either contact student services at 717-728-2390 or send a confidential request to the counselor at TabathaMiller@centralpenn.edu or 717-728-2416.

Central Penn allocates five (5) hour-long sessions for each student, as stated in the business policy. If additional counseling is needed beyond these five sessions, the counselor will refer you to an outside agency.

Counseling is confidential. Please review the confidentiality statement to understand your rights and exceptions to the confidentiality. Also please review the counseling disclaimer that details counseling services and virtual counseling.

About the Counselor

Tabatha Miller, MSW, LSW is the counselor for the Central Penn student body. A graduate of Delaware State University's Master of Social Work program, Miller has been trained as an advanced generalist practitioner, enabling her to help students with a variety of issues and concerns. Miller's specialized interests include grief and loss, anger management, emotional disturbances and autism spectrum disorders. Miller's graduate research project was to determine the relationship between personality type and impact of college stress.

Miller holds a Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and professional counselors' license for social work practice to include provision of counseling (License No. SW127946). As a social worker and a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), Miller ensures her social work practice is within the guidelines of the Code of Ethics.

Meet Tabatha Miller

Tabatha Miller, MSW, LSW is the counselor for the Central Penn student body. Feel free to contact her with any questions or concerns.

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