Our counselors can help you discover your passion, create a plan to make the career of your dreams a reality, set realistic timelines based on your busy life, and help you deal with stressors.

Make an appointment to see a counselor

Visit the Counseling Office located in the Admissions Center or call 360.442.2330. Counseling appointments and urgent support available during regular business hours.

Need help right now?

  • Call 9-911 from a campus phone or 911 from a public phone.
  • Call 360.425.6064 or toll-free at 800.803.8833 for emergency mental health and 24-hour crisis support

More help resources

Off-campus resources for support include:


Is counseling right for you?

Counseling involves expressing your concerns, answering and asking questions, addressing feelings, and identifying ways to handle them.

Our counselors are trained professionals who can help you sort out your confusion, make wise decisions, and change behaviors or patterns that interfere with your goals.

Our counselors can help you identify the resources that you already have, look at problems from a new perspective, and guide you toward your own solutions.


Counselors can help one-on-one or in small groups

  • Reduce test anxiety
  • Build self-confidence
  • Clarify values
  • Deal with loss
  • Cope with change
  • Reduce stress and learn to relax

Resources  

 


Contact Counseling Services

Visit the Counseling Office located in the Admissions Center or call 360.442.2330. Counseling appointments and urgent support available during regular business hours.

  Jennifer Houge, Counselor

  Admissions Center Rm. 116
  360.442.2343
   jhouge@lowercolumbia.edu

  Aaron McNabb, Mental Health Counselor LMHC

  Admissions Center Rm. 115
  360.442.2342
  amcnabb@lowercolumbia.edu

 

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