Locations Served: La Crosse and Mauston
Specialties: career, grief, anxiety, men’s issues, crisis
Supportive counseling to students who are struggling with personal issues. Learn to make better choices, improve interpersonal skills, gain confidence, and increase educational effectiveness through the development of an individualized plan. Typical concerns include:
Western Counselors are trained to provide support and guidance in crisis situations. They are also connected to a variety of local resources, if needed. A crisis may be caused by a death in the family, suicidal thoughts, loss of a job, medical issues or relationship changes. We are here to listen and to provide support.
Get help navigating your educational experience, including:
If you are concerned about your own or a friend’s or family member’s alcohol, tobacco, or drug use, you can receive consultation, assessments, short term counseling, or referral services to community resources.
Through the use of a variety of tools, counseling can help you better understand your values, interests, abilities, and personality style so you can pursue a career that fits you. Begin with a consultation with Career Services to see if you are on the right path at Western.
Western provides resources that can give you direction on what to do if you experience relationship violence, stalking, or sexual assault. Our Violence Prevention Specialist, located in the Academic Resources Center, Room 232B (Multicultural Center), can be reached at 608-785-9468 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit Violence Prevention.
If you need help after regular office hours, contact:
Psych Central offers a variety of on-line mental health assessments and provides instant feedback.