Personal Counseling

Personal & Retention Counseling

Life as a college student can be overwhelming. Managing new demands and challenges are stressful when you're learning college systems, raising a family, or trying to pursue a new career. Fortunately, the Counseling Center offers short-term personal counseling to credit students experiencing issues interfering with student success. If the problem is of a long-term nature, the counselor may refer you to an appropriate professional in the community. See Community Counseling Resources.

Personal Counseling services are limited based on availability. We will do our best to accommodate needs and make referral to community services when appropriate.

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A Few Benefits of Counseling:

Reduce Anxiety & Stress
Trauma Resolution
Better Relationships
Develop Assertiveness
Emotional Intelligence
Clearer Academic & Career Goals
Establish Boundaries
Greater Self Confidence

Lane counselors and counseling interns/externs are highly trained and caring professionals with varied credentials. They can help you manage issues such as:

Be assured that what is discussed with a counselor/counseling intern/extern will remain private and confidential, unless you give permission to share it with others, there is potential danger to self or others, involves child/elder abuse, or it is requested by court order.

Counseling services are available by scheduled appointment during open hours. A limited number of short-term, on-going, weekly counseling appointments are available each term; please see a Lane Counselor at the Counseling Center (main campus) for consultation.

There are also private practice and community services available throughout Lane County. Feel free to check out 211 info at: 211-Info., Community Counseling Resources or Private Practice (Psychology Today

Contact Counseling Center

Building 1, Room 103
4000 East 30th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97405

Hours:
In-person Counseling - Available Monday through Friday from 9 am – 5 pm. Call 541-463-3600 to schedule or come to the Counseling Center Building 1, room 103.
LCC is closed on Fridays during the summer.