Personal/Social/Life-transitioning Counseling

Counseling Office

Counseling services are available on campus to assist students in dealing with issues that can impact their overall well-being. Your counselor understands that there are pressures and challenges to be faced throughout a student’s academic career and that these can contribute to heavy amounts of stress, and sometimes even crisis. Working with a counselor during these times can be beneficial in the following ways:

  • Linking students to school and community resources
  • Helping students identify strengths and sources of support
  • Offering a different perspective
  • Assisting students in improving problem solving and coping skills
  • Providing a safe place to talk and have someone who will listen

If it is in the best interest of the student, the counselor may refer students to community mental health professionals and outside resources.

If you are looking for information and resource referral for yourself or a friend, check out this web site: www.ulifeline.org

For after hours emergencies, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK to speak with a trained professional and get connected to a mental health provider in your area. It’s available 24 hours a day nationwide.
You can also dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

To make an appointment with a counselor, please call 920.693.1109 or stop by the Student Services Registration Desk located in the Lakeshore Building.

Lakeshore Technical College Statement of Confidentiality

Personal information that you share with a counselor is confidential unless you give permission to share it with others. The only exceptions to this policy are when it involves potential harm to self or others, when the safety of a child is at risk, or when it is requested by a court order.

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