Directed by Linda Lauffenburger
Counseling is free (to students* who are registered for classes) and confidential (except in life threatening situations). Crisis intervention and brief counseling services are offered. The Counseling Center can provide referral services to further other mental health resources in the local community.
Counseling services are provided for a variety of concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship problems, adjustment issues, grief over the loss of a loved one, eating disorders, sexual assault, and alcohol and other drug abuse problems.
Location: The Counseling Services Office is located in the Health & Counseling Center, 003 Shouvlin Center.
Counseling Services are Offered: Monday - Friday. Daytime and Evening appointments may be made by scheduling with the counselor. Call 327-7811 and ask to speak to the counselor. If she is not available, please leave your name and number and she will return your call as soon as possible. You do not need to be referred by someone (doctor, professor, residence life staff, etc.) to seek counseling services. Appointment times will be offered around your class schedule. Students may call our community mental health center, Mental Health Services of Clark County at 399-9500 if a crisis occurs after hours.
* not enrolled in Community Education Program