CU WELL COUNSELING CENTER


LIFE CAN BE CHALLENGING


Are you, or someone you know and care about, struggling with addiction, depression, anxiety, stress, divorce, grief, marital, family, parenting issues, or spiritual issues?

If so, the counselors at the CU Well Counseling Center are here to help.

The CU Well Counseling Center provides out-patient counseling services provided by masters-level interns. Interns providing counseling services in the center and online via secure video conferencing are prepared to provide counseling services. The interns receive close supervision from AAMFT Approved Supervisors and the teaching faculty of the Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy program of Campbellsville University. On-site counseling is available five days a week, with evening hours available, to provide professional, compassionate counseling support in a safe, confidential environment.


On-site Hours

Telehealth hours are more flexible to meet the availability of the client

Monday 9am-9pm

Tuesday 9am-9pm

Wednesday 9am-5pm

Thursday 9am-9pm

Friday 9am-5pm


CU Well is a ministry of Campbellsville University, Masters of Marriage and Family Therapy Program, and is committed to making mental health services affordable and accessible, with fees based on ability to pay.


The CU Well also provides online therapy to anyone living in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

The CU Well counseling center is located at 4420 Dixie Hwy, just off the Watterson Pkwy. To schedule an appointment call 502-694-1444


THE CU WELL COUNSELING CENTER IS A MINISTRY OF CAMPBELLSVILLE UNIVERSITY’S MASTERS OF MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPY PROGRAM.

The CU Well Counseling Center provides out-patient counseling services provided by masters-level interns. Interns providing counseling services in the center and online via secure video conferencing are prepared to provide counseling services. They receive close supervision from AAMFT Approved Supervisors and the teaching faculty of the Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy program of Campbellsville University.


What Kind of Counseling Will Be Provided?

Individuals, couples, families, and groups will work with 2 interns providing co-therapy to meet the needs of all the clients. Interns provide counseling for mental health concerns, substance use disorders, family and couple distress, pre- marital counseling, and more. Once the intern team has completed a full assessment of the clients’ needs and concerns, a diagnosis will be provided, and the interns will work with the client to develop a treatment plan that will address the change(s) the client wants to make. The interns will collaborate with each client to discuss the best therapeutic model to address the specific goals and needs.


How Much Does Counseling Cost?

Please call the CU-Well to schedule a free phone consultation and discuss fees.