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Counseling Center

Division of Student Life and Enrollment

Let's Talk


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What is Let's Talk?

It is a drop-in service offering informal, no-commitment consultation with an ETSU Counseling Center staff counselor.

  • FREE to ETSU students
  • Located at several different places across main campus
  • Offered on a first-come, first-serve basis (no appointment needed)
  • Confidential
  • Informal (no paperwork!)
  • Not intended to be a substitute for traditional counseling


Is Let's Talk right for you?

  1. I'm not sure about the counseling process and wonder what it would be like to talk to a counselor.
  2. I'm not interested in on-going counseling but would like the perspective of a counselor.
  3. I just need to vent.
  4. I have concerns about confidentiality.
  5. I have a specific problem that I would like help with.
  6. I have a friend I am worried about.


Let's Talk  Locations for Spring 2019

The last day for for this semester will be Friday, May 3, 10-12P.

Mondays, 12-1:00 pm
Nell Dossett, 3rd Floor
CC Intern
Mondays, 2-4:00 pm
Sherrod Library, Rm 328
Eric Feltman
Tuesdays, 12-1:00 pm
Nell Dossett, 3rd Floor
CC Intern
Tuesdays, 2-4:00 pm
Sherrod Library, Rm. 328
Rebecca Alexander
Wednesdays, 12-1:00 pm
Nell Dossett, 3rd Floor
CC Intern
Wednesdays, 1-4:00 pm


(for University athletes)

Mina McVeigh
Thursday, 10 am-12 pm
Sherrod Library, Rm 328
Loren Biggs
Thursdays, 12-1:00 pm
Nell Dossett, 3rd Floor
CC Intern
Fridays, 10 am-12 pm
Sherrod Library, Rm 328
Micah Kieffer
Fridays, 12-1:00 pm
Nell Dossett, 3rd Floor
CC Intern

*Let's Talk is closed for all University Holidays, 2018 Fall Break, 2018-19 Winter Break, and 2019 Spring Break. Check back for the Summer 2019 schedule.*

Let's Talk

Rebecca Alexander, LMFT

Mina McVeigh, LCSW

Eric Feltman, LPC-MHSP

Loren Biggs, LMSW

Micah Kieffer, MACn



More about Let's Talk

The Let's Talkoff-site walk-in model was developed at Cornell University.  It is nationally recognized for its success in increasing student access to mental health care.

The Let's Talk model has been adopted by nearly  50 universities and colleges nationwide.  Please contact Cornell University for more information:  

Read about the development of Let's Talk in the Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development.




Loren answers all your questions about Let's Talk.

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Eric & Mina race to Sherrod Library 3rd Floor.

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