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When problems at WestMed College, home, or work interfere with academic performance, the student is encouraged to ask for a private conference with his or her program director, admission representative, or the Director of Education.

College can be a difficult time for many students. When problems at WestMed College, home, or work interfere with academic performance, students are encouraged to ask for a private conference with his or her program director, admission representative, or the Director of Education. You may have to deal with parents, teachers, dating or marriage, body image, work, not to mention helping your friends and their problems. No one has all the right answers, but WestMed has found the following websites that contain information from experts in the field and peers who may have been through similar experiences.

Note:  Getting information from a website is NOT a substitute for seeking professional medical treatment and/or counseling. WestMed College has listed the following websites for informational purposes only.

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Injury prevention and control

Suicide in the US, Statistics and Prevention


Stop it Now! Preventing Child Abuse

RAINN Rape Abuse & Incest National Network


Understanding Teen Depression

Teens Health Dealing with Divorce

A Teen Guide to Parental Separation and Divorce


Healthy Place Eating Disorders Community


Helping teens cope with grief

Teens Health Death and Grief

Peer Pressure

Reachout.com What is Peer Pressure?


Teens Health What is Date Rape?

Alcoholics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous


Al-Anon/Alateen

If you know of a useful counseling site that you would like to submit to us for inclusion on this page, please fill out our contact form.


WestMed College is an affiliate of the National University System.