Counseling helps you do your best
We all need some help sometimes. Living is complicated, full of ups and downs. And being a student adds pressure and challenges you may not have experienced before. The Counseling Center is here to support you as an FLC student. Your student fees include four counseling sessions. And our center is here to support you for as long as you need it.
If you are enrolled in at least 8 credits, your student fees include an intake and four counseling sessions (this is prorated for students enrolled in fewer than 8 credits). Additional sessions are $35 each.
More about our services
Is this normal?
Anonymous online self-assessment
Do I need counseling? Is this a big deal? Or is this just normal? It can be hard to tell sometimes. Use these anonymous self-assessment tools to get some feedback. Find a quite place. Give yourself ten minutes, and be honest in your responses.
Use the Self Evaluator (green button in the menu at the top of the screen). Answer a few quick questions about depression, anxiety, disordered eating, or substance use.
These self-screening tools are completely anonymous. No one sees them but you. Results are not monitored by any mental health professionals. Call 911 in an emergency or get info about support for crises.
In addition to, or sometimes instead of, counseling, there are things we can do to make living our lives a little easier. Check out some ideas for managing stress, depression, anxiety, homesickness, and more.
You have the right to pursue resolutions with FLC faculty, staff, or administrators. We can help you.
Report anonymosly if you are concerned an FLC student or employee may be a victim of assault, harassment, or discrimination.
Report student behavior to your department chair or supervisor. Call 911 for emergencies.
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The Anxiety Toolbox is a free three-part workshop series designed to help you better recognize your anxiety symptoms and triggers while learning strategies for coping with and reducing your anxiety symptoms. College students commonly experience stress/anxiety. This workshop is designed to build on each topic presented in the previous workshop, therefore, attendance of all three sessions is encouraged. Each member will have the opportunity to create their own plan to manage their anxiety symptoms utilizing tools learned in the workshop.
Day/Time: 5-6pm Mondays, April 11, 18 and 25Location: Dev Space (Room 139 Reed Library)
Join us for the Recognition Insight and Openness (RIO) Workshop 11-12pm on April 5, 12 and 19. Build skills to help you manage your emotions by developing an understanding of your concerns, learning ways to view and approach your concerns and increase ways to live with a wide range of emotions.