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Abusive relationships: Home

This guide offers some helpful resources on the topic of abusive relationships and information about the Webster University Counseling and Life Development office.

About abusive relationships:

Abuse can be emotional, intellectual, physical, social, spiritual and vocational. People in abusive relationships often feel very alone, embarrassed and trapped.

The important thing to know is that this is NOT your fault. You have the right to be treated with respect and kindness. 

Visit the Webster University Counseling and Life Development website for information on how the staff can help you deal with this or other challenges you may be facing.

Additional resources:

You can find resources on additional common problems on the Counseling and Life Development research guide.

Contact:

Counseling and Life Development Office (visit our website)
540 Garden Ave. (see campus map below)
314-968-7030

counselingld@webster.edu (Please use our email address to make inquiries or set up an appointment. Because email is not a secure form of communication, it is not used for actual counseling sessions.)

 

 

Emergencies:

Counseling and Life Development Office (weekdays): (314) 968-7030

Webster University Public Safety (when counseling office is closed): (314) 968-6911

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