- Individual or couple counseling for Lawrence students. Please call 920-832-6574 to schedule an appointment.
- Assessment of substance-related problems
- Psychological consultation with members of the Lawrence community
- Referral to Lawrence Health Services physicians for medication needs
- Referral for off-campus or specialized services
- In a psychological emergency please call: 920-419-8167. If counselors cannot be reached, students are urged to contact Outagamie County Crisis Intervention at 920-832-4646.
Outreach and prevention:
- Screening for depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and alcohol
- Alcohol and drug education and programming
- Programming on mental health and adjustment topics
- Web-based information for students, parents, faculty, and staff
- A lending shelf of self-help materials
- Counseling Services provides a practicum/internship site for graduate students from nearby counseling education programs
Some Reasons Students Seek Counseling:
- relationship issues
- anxiety and stress
- adjustment issues
- sleep issues, another sleep link
- academic concerns
- substance misuse/abuse
- cultural issues
- sexual identity
- gender identity
- procrastination and perfectionism
- loss and grief
- food and body image issues
- recovery from assault or abuse
- attention deficit disorders
- sexual assault
Counseling is a confidential process designed to help you address your concerns, come to a greater understanding of yourself, and learn effective ways to handle problems. Counseling Services is the primary source of confidential counseling and psychological support at Lawrence. This counseling involves a relationship between you and a counselor who has the training and willingness to help you reach your goals and succeed at Lawrence.
•We strive to meet the psychological needs of students by providing a safe, supportive, and confidential environment that promotes self-awareness, fosters responsibility and respect, and teaches effective coping strategies.
•We are strongly committed to improving the quality of life on campus and supporting the college’s academic mission.
•We value persons of diverse racial, national, or cultural backgrounds; sexual/affectional orientations; mental and physical abilities; languages; socio-economic classes; ages; genders; and religious/spiritual beliefs.