Counseling Center

About us at a Glance

  • Location: Allen Hall, Fourth Floor, Suite 403
  • Phone: 502.272.8480
  • Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Many students occasionally experience personal concerns, emotional distress or relationship difficulties. In such situations, it is often very helpful to speak with an objective, caring professional in order to get back on track and feel better. The Counseling Center offers free and confidential personal counseling and consultation to any currently enrolled student. While students may seek counseling for any number of reasons, common reasons include: stress, depression, relationships, anxiety, adjustment, body image, grief, trauma, substance abuse and identity.

Mental Health Screening

FreeMental Health Screening: If you believe you might be experiencing depression, anxiety, an eating problem, or alcohol problem, you can take a free and confidential screening by clicking here.


To schedule an initial appointment, call our office at at 502.272.8480. We will speak with you briefly to assess your basic concerns and match you with a counselor. 

Location Details

We are located at 2120 Newburg Road (Nolen C. Allen Hall), Suite 403. You can either drive to the building or take the KnightLine shuttle van, which runs during the day and picks up at Petrik Hall, Horrigan Hall and the Allen Hall.


All personal counseling services and medical records are strictly confidential. There are some limitation to confidentiality as mandated by law or professional ethical code. Your counselor can explain those limitations.


If you should experience a mental health emergency after normal office hours or during the weekend, contact Campus Security at 502.272.7777. Campus Security will notify one of our counselors who can assist with the situation. You may also contact the Seven Counties Crisis Line at 502.589.4313 or call 911.

Other Services

In addition to individual counseling, the Counseling Center also provides the following services to Bellarmine students:

  • Group and Couples Counseling
  • Alcohol Education and Assessment
  • Outreach Programs
  • Psychological Assessment
  • Safe Zone Training
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Consultation and Referral

To learn more about these services, please contact us at 502.272.8480.