Counseling Services are provided at Monmouth College to foster our student’s growth in mind, body and spirit. It is our mission to promote student’s personal development and well- being through a variety of mental health services including early detection and prevention programs.
It is not uncommon for students to experience distress from time to time. The college years are one of the most challenging transitioning periods in life. Adjusting to campus life, increased academic demands, relationship problems, and other personal issues can feel overwhelming at times. Monmouth College students can learn to better deal with present stress, past hurts and memories, as well as future fears and worries by accessing counseling services.
Counseling Services Include:
- Individual Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Emergency Services
- Wellness Groups
- Psycho-Educational Assessment
Who we are:
Cindy Beadles, M.S.Ed., Director of Counseling Services
Ms. Cindy Beadles is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a certified Employee Assistance Professional. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and Western Illinois University. She has 30 years professional experience in counseling, wellness programming, and child welfare.
Ms. Beadles has expertise in psychological assessment and in working with youth in short-term individual, couple, family and group therapy. In addition, she is trained and specialized in the treatment of alcohol/substance abuse and other addictions, relationship and dysfunctional family issues, behavioral problems, depression/anxiety and adjustment disorders.
Tom Caudill, MS, Counselor
Mr. Thomas Caudill is a licensed professional counselor. He is a graduate of Western Illinois University with his master's and bachelor's degree in psychology, with an emphasis in clinical community mental health. Mr. Caudill has expertise in individual, couple, family, and group therapy. In addition, he is trained and specialized in the treatment of depression/anxiety, adjustment disorders, eating disorders, relationships and dysfunctional family issues, and personality disorders.