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Counseling Services

About Counseling Services

Counseling Services is considered to be an integral part of health and wellness at Antioch College. Free counseling services are available to all students currently enrolled at the college with a limit of seven sessions per term. The campus counselor(s) provides psychological assistance, psychoeducation, social supports, crisis intervention, assessments and referrals to off-campus mental health resources. Staffing for Counseling Services includes at least one full-time and one contract part-time mental health therapist.

Individual and couples counseling, as well as consultation and in-service trainings for faculty and staff on significant issues related to student mental health are available.  In addition, phone issues and e-mail consultations may be available to students on co-op on a case-by-case basis. We seek to empower students to discover, create, identify, and hone coping skills, and tools for wellness. We respect one’s own authentic process and we strive to assist students in removing barriers that negatively impact their ability to reach their potential.

All services are confidential and within the ethical and legal guidelines of the Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Marriage and Family Therapy Board.

Office Hours
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
(In-Person)(Online)(In-Person)(Online)(In-Person)
8:30 AM – 7:00 PM8:30 AM – 5:00 PM8:30 AM – 7:00 PM8:30 AM – 5:00 PM8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Mental Health Student Support Circles

Contact counselingservices@antiochcollege.edu to see what support circle would be right for you.

  • Understanding Self & Others (USO)

Self-reflection, coping skills, adjusting to relationships, general topics related to college life and beyond

    • Mondays 12:00 – 1:00 pm (hybrid)
    • Tuesdays 12:30 – 1:30 pm (online)
  • SMART Recovery

Self-empowering supportive circle that focuses on ideas and techniques to help you change your life from one that is self-destructive and unhappy due to substance use to one that is constructive and satisfying.

    • Mondays 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm (hybrid)
  • Survivor Support Circle (Bi-Weekly)

A safe space for survivors and advocates to discuss issues of intimate partner violence and sexual assault.

    • Wednesdays 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm (online)
  • Emotional Emancipation Circle (EEC) (Bi-Weekly)

Black student support group to heal from the trauma of anti-Black racism

    • Wednesdays 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm (hybrid)
Campus Food Pantry

The Pantry, located in Weston, is the place where students can get free food and non-food items to help fill gaps, whether they live on campus or study online. Let us know what you need and we will try to connect you with the resources to improve the quality of your life. We partner with:

Contact counselingservices@antiochcollege.edu to help you to get your pantry needs filled.

NAMI on Campus

NAMI on Campus is an exciting extension of NAMI’s mission into the campus community. 

NAMI on Campus clubs are student-led clubs that tackle mental health issues on campus by raising mental health awareness, educating the campus community, supporting students, promoting services and supports and advocating.

Contact counselingservices@antiochcollege.edu to be a part of NAMI on Campus at Antioch.

Additional Mental Health Resources
  • TCN Behavioral Health 24 Hour Crisis Hotline 
  • Sexual Assault/Partner Violence 24 Hour Crisis Hotline (FVPC)
    • (937) 372-4552 or (937) 426-2334
  • Person of Color Crisis Text line
    • Text STEVE to 741741
  • The Trevor Project (LGBTQ Youth) Crisis Line
    • (866) 488-7386 or text START to 741-741
  • CareConnect Online Counseling Service
  • The Community Network Mental Health (24 hours)
    • (937) 376-8701
  • Suicide Prevention Center
    • (937) 229-7777
  • Clark Greene Madison Warmline
    • (937) 662-9080
    • Mental health support and information from certified peers
    • Day or night, every day of the year
    • Free to use and confidential
    • www.mhrb.org
  • Project Woman (domestic violence and sexual assault prevention)
    • 525 E Home Rd., Springfield, OH 45503
    • (937) 328-5308
  • Artemis Domestic Violence Center
    • 310 West Monument Ave., Dayton, OH 45402
    • (937) 461-5091
  • Community Mercy REACH (outpatient drug and alcohol services)
    • 30 West McCreight Ave., Springfield, OH 45504
    • (937) 390-5338
  • Christopher House (men’s residential alcohol and drug treatment)
    • 476 West Market St., Xenia, OH 45385
    • (937) 376-8782
  • Women’s Recovery Center (women’s residential alcohol and drug treatment)
    • 515 Martin Dr., Xenia, OH 45385
    • (937) 562-2400
  • National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) of Clark, Greene and Madison Counties
    • The Vernon Center. 222 East Broad St., Springfield, OH 45055
    • (937) 322-5600
  • Womanline Insight Counseling Center for Women and Adolescence (eating disorders, sexual abuse)
    • 4617 Presidential Way, Dayton, OH 45429
    • (937) 223-3446
  • Online Disordered Eating Support Groups

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Counseling Services Staff & Community Partners

Nzingha Dalila, EdD., LPCC-S, LCDC-III
Nzingha Dalila, EdD., LPCC-S, LCDC-III

Director, Counseling Services

Office: (937) 319-0070
Location: Pennell House, 2nd Floor
Florence Randolph
Florence Randolph

Yellow Springs Police Department Community Outreach Specialist

Office: (937) 272-5603
 
Mrs. Randolph can assist students in accessing social services and other resources through local and county businesses and agencies.
Rachel Price, BSW
Rachel Price, BSW

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, Family Violence Prevention Center (FVPC)

Office: (937) 376-8526 ext.124
Location: Pennell House, 2nd Floor
 
Rachel serves as a campus advocate for students who have been victims of sexual assault. She is a program and workshop presenter, and survivor support circle facilitator. Rachel can provide confidential sexual assault counseling separate from Antioch College Counseling Services.