NHTI offers individual short-term counseling and prevention services to all NHTI students. Counseling services are provided by licensed, eligible-in-the-state-of-N.H. mental health professionals sensitive to issues of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, culture, and learning differences. Counseling sessions are confidential and not part of the academic record. For longer-term services, referrals are made to local mental health professionals. Crisis intervention services are offered during open hours. After-hours crisis coverage is coordinated with community mental health services.
NHTI Counseling provides the following services:
Short-term student counseling based on the Wellness Model
Consultation to students, staff, and faculty
Resource and referral services
Sexual and relationship violence prevention
NHTI also provides access to online counseling resources through Kepro SAP, free confidential student counseling services by licensed mental health professionals in the local area and other supports 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Students get up to 6 counseling sessions per incident per year at no cost.