Counselors Offer Free Sessions To VT Students

July 2, 2007

More than 1,000 professional counselors around the nation are offering their services free of charge to Virginia Tech students in need of assistance stemming from the April 16th campus shootings.

The American Counseling Association is working with staff at Virginia Tech's Cook Counseling Center to offer up to five sessions to help students cope.

Nearly 100 of the counselors are from Virginia. Virginia Tech says that Cook Center counselors are also available.


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