Counseling Crisis Line

Our Mission

  • 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.

Why does Lawrence University have counseling services?

Lawrence University counseling is a safe, confidential space for all students. Currently 25% of students come to counseling services to discuss issues such as academic stress, relationship stress, anxiety, depression, sleep difficulties, concerns for their family, or merely wants a safe, confidential space to explore personal and interpersonal concerns.

What are the most common concerns of people who come to counseling?

Counselors can help students gain a greater understanding of themselves and teach effective ways to handle problems. Counselors specialize in areas such as:

• relationship issues
• anxiety and stress
sleep issues
• academic concerns
• substance misuse/abuse
cultural issues
sexual identity
LGBT resources
gender identity
• procrastination and perfectionism
loss and grief
food and body image issues
• recovery from assault or abuse
attention deficit disorders
sexual assault

Counseling Services Updates

Understanding Self and Others 
1/16/18 - 2/20/18
4:30 - 6pm
Mindfulness Practice
starts Monday, January 8th
4:45- 5:15pm
Seeley G. Mudd Library
Roger Dale Kruse Reflection Room 4th floor
Womxn's Organized Right To Head
Starts Thursday, January 11th
5- 6pm
Sabin house

Contact Information

Counseling Services
711 E Boldt Way SPC 3
Appleton, WI 54911
Phone: 920-832-6574
Fax: 920-832-7488

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