Counseling and Disability Services

Counseling Services

Most of us, at some point in our lives, feel depressed, anxious, or stressed out. Friends and family are great support but sometimes, our problems persist, and we need more than friendly advice. Counseling is a process whereby an individual seeks assistance and/or support because they are experiencing mental or emotional distress.

Counseling Services embraces the belief that your mental health is as important as your physical health. The goal of our services is to assist you in setting goals, learning coping strategies, and taking action to improve your current and future situations.

Services are confidential and take place in a nonjudgmental setting. There are limits to confidentiality and these limits with be discussed with the student. Counseling Services also offers mental health consultation and educational workshops for students, faculty, and staff.

All services are free of charge to SLCC students. Any outside referrals made are the responsibility of the student.

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If you or someone you know needs support now, call or text 988, or chat at

Get more information on the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline.


Damian Glover

Executive Director for Student Services, Title IX and Opioid Response Coordinator

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