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  • Dartmouth College Counseling and Human Development
  • Counseling and Human Development (CHD), is a department of the Dartmouth College Health Service and is located on the second floor of Dick Hall's House, 7 Rope Ferry Road. Counseling and Human Development offers prevention-oriented psychological services to a diverse population in collaboration with other professionals working to promote health and safety.

    Any issues causing you concern are appropriate to discuss in Counseling and Human Development. They may include:

    • relationship troubles with family, friends or romantic partners
    • difficulties arising from ethnic, cultural and racial differences
    • misuse of alcohol and other drugs
    • gay, lesbian and bisexual issues
    • problems with food and nutrition
    • sexual concerns
    • stress: stressful academic and/or social pressures
    • troublesome feelings such as anxiety, depression, loneliness, shyness, fear and anger
    • taking care of ourselves and building community, response to tragedy, building vs. dividing community, helping others, taking care of self
    • loss of a loved one or other bereavement including loss by suicide

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