Who we are...
The Counseling Center and Disability Services is committed to providing professional services to our University Community for growth, development, health, and empowerment in life and academics. We also serve as a resource to students seeking help for a friend, and for faculty and staff seeking information on how to refer a student for assistance.
John Watson, MS, NCC, LPC
Director of Counseling Services
Campus Center 213A
John has worked in higher education in the areas of counseling, health, and wellness for more than 20 years. Prior to joining the team at Holy Family University, John served as a Staff Counselor, Assistant Director of Counseling, and the founding Director of the CHOICES Center for Alcohol, Other Drug, and Health Education. John was instrumental in establishing The Haven at Drexel, a collegiate recovery program, in 2013. John has served on multiple organizational boards and in leadership roles, both locally and nationally. John has taught in the areas of psychology and health services for the last 15 years. John enjoys working with college students and the privilege of supporting students as they work to address issues that may impede their academic success, engagement on campus, and overall well-being. John adds, "Thank you to all who share your experiences, I keep learning and growing from each of you!".
S. Cordia Wilczewska, MA, MS
Campus Center 213 B
Katarzyna Wilczewska (Sister Cordia) is a member of the international congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Family Nazareth. Native of Poland, she has been a high school teacher with a MA from Catholic University of Lublin, Poland. In 2009 Sister Cordia moved to the USA and in 2014 earned her MS in Counseling Psychology from Holy Family University. She is now a staff counselor at Holy Family University's Counseling Center. Sister Cordia's interest include working with individuals to improve their functioning, and relationship satisfaction. Her research interests center on exploring factors of positive psychology intervention, which promote well-being. Her clinical interests include depression, self-compassion, self-care, life transitions, and cultural adjustments. She likes to reflect on one of Maya Angelou's quotes, "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget the way you made them feel."
Where we are...
The Counseling Center is located on the second floor of the Campus Center in Room 213. To schedule an appointment, call the Counseling Center office at: 267-341-3232, or stop in to make an appointment. Office hours vary each semester. Please call for current hours. The Center follows the schedule of Fall & Spring Academic Calendar and is closed on weekends, holidays, and summer months. You may also email questions or a request for an appointment. Please do not e-mail emergency contacts, as e-mail communications may not be reviewed daily.