Personal & Retention Counseling
Life as a college student can be overwhelming. Managing new demands and challenges are stressful when you're learning college systems, raising a family, or trying to pursue a new career. Fortunately, the Counseling Center offers short-term personal counseling to credit students experiencing issues interfering with student success. If the problem is of a long-term nature, the counselor may refer you to an appropriate professional in the community. See Crisis & Community Counseling Resources.
A Few Benefits of Counseling:
Reduce Anxiety & Stress
Clearer Academic & Career Goals
Greater Self Confidence
Lane counselors and counseling interns/externs are highly trained and caring professionals with varied credentials. They can help you manage issues such as:
- Feelings associated with anxiety and depression
- Relational issues and family dynamics
- Grief and loss
- Coping with Grief after Community Violence
- Tips for Survivors of Trauma
- Financial Stress
- Identity concerns
- Lack of academic motivation
Be assured that what is discussed with a counselor/counseling intern/extern will remain private and confidential, unless you give permission to share it with others, there is potential danger to self or others, involves child/elder abuse, or it is requested by court order.
Counseling services are available by scheduled appointment during open hours. A limited number of short-term, on-going, weekly counseling appointments are available each term; please see a Lane Counselor at the Counseling Center (main campus) for consultation.
There are also private practice and community services available throughout Lane County. Feel free to check out 211 info at: 211-Info., Crisis & Community Counseling Resources or Private Practice (Psychology Today)