The John Marshall Counseling Center
The Chicago School in Partnership with John Marshall
Law school can be a fast-paced, competitive environment, and some students find it challenging to balance responsibilities among school, family life, work, and other activities. To help students balance, perform optimally, and achieve their academic goals, The John Marshall Law School has partnered with The Chicago School to offer reduced-cost, confidential consultation, support, and counseling services for John Marshall students. The Counseling Center offers one-on-one and group counseling and consultation, workshops, programs, and events for the school's community, and referrals and resources on a range of topics.
Help We Offer Students:
- Transition to Chicago
- Coping with stress
- Academic struggles
- Problems with a faculty or staff member
- Relationship and family issues
- Confusion about career and future
- Balancing work and school and everything else
About the Counselors
We are highly trained and skilled in the issues you typically face in law school, and we aren't affiliated with John Marshall faculty or staff. All appointments are available conveniently on campus, and we provides a private, nonjudgmental atmosphere in which you can develop new coping skills and perspectives. Initial consultations are free with optional additional sessions at a reduced cost.
Programs and Events
Throughout the year, The Counseling Center offers programs and events to increase awareness, such as screenings, lectures, and workshops. If you have an idea or suggestion for a programming event, please contact us jmlsHealthServices@gmail.com.
Mackenzie Brown, MA
Adam Hellebrand, MA
Edward Perin, MA