For Students

We offer primarily short-term individual, couples, and group therapy. Our staff consists of licensed mental health clinicians and doctoral practicum clinicians who are supervised by our licensed staff. 

Please note: Students can request to schedule with a therapist of color or other identity, though scheduling options may be more limited or delayed and not all options requested may be available.

We hope to serve as many students as possible and are a good resource for students needing short-term or intermittent counseling support during the academic year. We typically meet with a student for ten or fewer sessions over the course of an academic year. If you want to meet with the same counselor regularly throughout your years at LC, we can help you find the off campus resources you need —or you can also get support for referrals through the Office of Student Accessibility.

Please be aware that while service animals are welcome in our clinics, other animals are not allowed. This stance was adopted out of concern for students and staff with allergies.

How to Access Our Services

Are services confidential?

We take confidentiality seriously and follow APA (American Psychological Association) ethical guidelines on confidentiality. All our clinical services are confidential, with a few exceptions permitted or required by law. Every student who comes into the Counseling Center receives a copy of the exceptions to confidentiality before the first meeting with a counselor. In fact, you can check out all the confidentiality rules and exceptions on our confidentiality page.

Concerned about a friend?

If you are concerned about a member of our community who is having problems, we offer confidential consultation about how you can help

General Mental Health Resources

Half of Us | Based on the finding that half of all college students reported feeling so depressed that they couldn’t function, this website by mtvU and The Jed Foundation shows video stories of students and high-profile artists in order to increase awareness about mental health issues on campus and connects students to the appropriate resources to get help.

Ulifeline | An anonymous and confidential online resource center, where college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding mental health and suicide prevention. has a page that is dedicated solely for college students in need of some advice or help with their college lives.

Health 101 | Health promotion by students for students

LGBTQ Resources

Coming Out: A Handbook for LGBTQ Young People | Guidance and information from the Trevor Project about coming out, presented as a website and as a PDF

Map of Gender-Inclusive Restrooms on Campus 

Other Resources

Alcohol & Drug Support from the Health Promotion and Wellness Office

Office of Student Accessiblity for accommodations, education, consultation and advocacy for students with disabilities

Sexual Assault and Interpersonal Violence Resources  from the Health Promotion and Wellness Office

Downloadable Meditation Audio