Counseling Center

Counseling Center

Upcoming Events

Preparing for Finals Workshops

These live interactive workshops offer guidance on how to develop a strategic plan, prepare, and carry through actions for upcoming finals. Self-care tools will also be introduced. Registration is available now.

Making Wise Choices (MWC) - Workshops (live interactive) will be offered during the 8th Week of the term. Simply select the virtual (Zoom) workshop by selecting the date of interest. *All MWC Workshops have taken place for the Fall 2020 term. Offerings for the Winter 2021 will be posted when they become available.

Community and Connection Student Support Group - Wednesdays - 3:00 p.m. via Zoom

Lane Community College students - During a time of “physical distancing” - it is more important than ever to be a part of a community. Being able share your experiences, grief, wins, losses, dreams and your challenges will allow you to feel connected. The focus of this virtual group will be to promote a sense of connection and community among students. It will be supported by counselors who help to facilitate the discussion and to promote self empowerment, healing and resilience. Hosted by Lane Community College Counselors.

Center Hours

Fall, Winter and Spring Term Availability:
Monday through Friday (8am–5pm)

Summer Term availability (through August):
Monday-Thursday (9am-5pm) * Personal Counseling services are limited. We will do our best to accommodate needs and make referral to community services when appropriate. The college is closed on most Fridays during the summer.

Contact Information

Contact Counseling Center

Currently, we are working remotely. Please access the link below titled "Counseling Appointment" for counseling availability and scheduling.

The Counseling Center staff want Lane students to know we will be available to support you throughout this uncertain time. We are doing all we can to provide no cost and confidential remote delivery of services through the following means:

*In the event of a crisis, risk to self or others contact *911 or suicidepreventionlifeline.org - Phone: 1-800-273-8255

Crisis & Community Counseling Resources (select this link for services available in the community)

Our Mission: Retention Counselors proactively provide support that leads to student success and retention. We foster meaningful connections contributing to clearer academic and career direction, as well as increased confidence, self-advocacy, and motivation. Counselors empower students to recognize and overcome internal and external barriers in order to reach their education and career goals. Access, equity, and inclusion principles help us prioritize our efforts.

Personal, Academic, and Retention Counseling: We provide counseling and resource referrals for students with academic or personal concerns impacting their ability to reach short term and long term goals.

Career Counseling: Through individual counseling, we help students to clarify their interests, strengths, values, and goals; explore majors and career fields; and develop a vision for their future and next steps.

 

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