Services

College Students

College can be a stressful time of life! The pressure of rigorous course loads often overwhelm students causing them to feel anxious. The many life transitions during college can be difficult: managing dorm life and new social situations, learning how to interact with professors and college staff, experiencing decision-making without parental input. All these can trigger anxiety and depression. Counselors work with college students to reduce depressive symptoms and manage anxiety. Often students will learn time management, self-advocacy, decision-making, and social skills in their work with their counselor.

Therapists with this area of interest
  • Josie Firstbrook, M.A., L.A.C.M.H.

    Licensed Associate Counselor

  • Aimee Sellers, L.P.C.M.H.

    Licensed Professional Counselor

  • Penina Bogita, L.P.C.M.H., N.C.C.

    Licensed Professional Counselor

  • Heather Neustadter, M.S.

    M.S., Christian Counseling

  • Jennifer L. Parker, L.P.C.M.H., C.A.D.C.

    Licensed Professional Counselor

  • Richard Holmes, Ph.D.

    Licensed Psychologist

  • Virginia Owens Asher, L.P.C.M.H., N.B.C.C.

    Licensed Professional Counselor

  • Gretchen Mahoney, L.P.C.M.H.

    Licensed Professional Counselor

  • Erin Worden, L.P.C.M.H.

    Licensed Professional Counselor

  • Vicki Tillman, LPCMH, BCC

    Licensed Professional Counselor

  • Tisha Smith, L.P.C.M.H.

    Licensed Professional Counselor

  • Kim Champion, Ph.D.

    Licensed Psychologist

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