Counseling and Wellness Services

Counseling and wellness services are available to help students. Counseling services are free and confidential. Some of the services provided are:

Wellness Services

Committee involvement
Community resources
Consultation services
Crisis intervention
Educational programming
Family planning resources
Individual counseling
Medical care coordination
Medical/Dental Referral
Peer Resource Presentations
Relationship counseling
Roommate mediation

H.O.P.E. (Health Outreach Peer Educators)

Counseling and Wellness Services will be available as a resource for student organizations during class lectures, ACE events or meetings at residence halls and Greek houses. To schedule a presentation, workshop or brown bag event, contact Susan Moon.


Located in the Gladys Crown Student Center in room 205. Counselor hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m., with evening hours available by appointment. Please contact Susan Moon to schedule an appointment.


Susan Moon, MA, LPC
Director of Counseling and Wellness Services
Phone: (573) 288-6441

Emergency/After Business Hours: After 5 p.m. on weekdays and anytime on the weekends, a counselor can be reached through Campus Security (x6300). If it is a medical emergency, call 911.


All counseling records are confidential and are not part of your Culver-Stockton personal record or the HOPE organization. Information from individual records will not be disclosed without your written consent, to the extent protected by law, except when failure to disclose would likely result in imminent threat of serious bodily harm to self or others or as otherwise required by applicable laws. Your counselor will review all information at initial intake appointment.



Ask, Listen, Refer- Suicide Prevention Training Program
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Free Guide - College and Your Mental Health
Hannibal Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Mark Twain Area Counseling Center
Medline Plus
National Institute of Health
Recovery Resources
Student Health 101
Transitions of Western Illinois
University of Chicago Virtual Pamphlet Collection