Counseling and Psychological Services
Harrison School of Pharmacy student-pharmacists and graduate students have access to counseling and psychological services when they feel they need assistance.
On the Auburn campus, Kevin Feiszli maintains an office on the fourth floor of the Walker Building. Students in Mobile have access to University of South Alabama’s Counseling and Testing Services. To schedule an appointment, call 251-460-7051 or visit www.southalabama.edu/departments/counseling/. For other resources in Mobile visit www.southalabama.edu/departments/counseling/resourcesaz.html. Students may also contact Melissa Webb for more information.
Feiszli is a doctoral candidate in the Auburn Clinical Psychology program. For his part-time work in HSOP, he has an office on the fourth floor of our building and is available to meet with students to confidentially discuss any issues. If students have a spouse or significant other, both are welcome to attend a session together.
To schedule an appointment with Feiszli, please email him at email@example.com or leave a confidential voice message on his office phone at 844-8390. He will respond to arrange an appointment. Please note that email is the preferred mode of communication and will enable quicker response.
Doctoral Candidate, Auburn Department of Psychology
Graduate Clinician, AUPSC and HSOP
HSOP Office Location - 4201D Walker Building; Phone: (334) 844-8390
Auburn University, Auburn, AL 36849
Other available services:
Regular Business Hours:
- Students may contact Student Counseling Services (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) at 334-844-5123 or come directly to the SCS. Their offices are located on the second floor of the Auburn University Medical Clinic, 400 Lem Morrison Dr., Suite 2086. AUMC is located on the corner of Lem Morrison Dr. and Duncan Dr. Their services are free to all Auburn students.
- Students may also contact Auburn University Psychological Services Center (Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.- 7 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.) at 334-844-4889. AUPSC is operated by doctoral students in the Clinical Psychology program. They offer a full range of therapy services (individual, family, and couples) on a sliding scale and do not have the same availability as SCS and often have a waiting list. They do not accept insurance, but most student clients pay minimal fees.
After Hours and Weekends/Emergencies:
- Please note that SCS and AUPSC do not check voicemails on weekends or after hours. If you are experiencing an emergency or crisis situation, you should immediately go to the emergency room of the East Alabama Medical Center, 2000 Pepperell Parkway, Opelika, Alabama, 334-705-0510 or call 911.
- For other crisis situations, you can also call the EAMC crisis hotline which can be called 24 hours a day (800-815-0630).
- Please note that these resources are available to you at any time.
Last Updated: May 18, 2017