Local 24/7 Crisis Hotline:970-247-5245
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Students come here for support with depression, anxiety, adjustment to college life, situational challenges, trauma, the treatment of ongoing conditions, or help with deepening self-identity. Services include:
Individual CounselingGroup CounselingWorkshops
Our counselors are committed to recognizing their cultural footing and honoring yours. The FLC counselor path requires deliberate work to understand ourselves and become ready to know our clients and their worlds. We continue to seek opportunities to learn about the cultures and experiences of others. We look forward to helping you on your journey.
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The Fort Lewis College Counseling Center staff acknowledge and respect that students come from various intersectional backgrounds and bring multiple perspectives, beliefs, and strengths unique to each of you. We welcome everyone and value your diverse experiences and identities.
We recognize the historical impact of racism, discrimination, and injustice on people and communities and how these systemic inequalities may continue to affect the wellness of people and communities today.
By understanding the history, present achievements, and challenges faced by people from numerous social identities, we can celebrate successes while continuing to advocate for social change and justice.We are engaged in ongoing efforts to diversify our staff, grow our ability as a team to be culturally responsive and inclusive, and look at and change policies, language, and practices that don’t align with this effort. As a whole, our staff members, regardless of identity, aspire to create a safe, affirming, inclusive and welcoming environment at the Counseling Center.
You have the right to pursue resolutions with FLC faculty, staff, or administrators.We can help you.
Report anonymously 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.
We've curated wellness resources for you that extend beyond our counseling services. From self-help articles to seminars, learn more about supporting students and each other.
We also have a Survivor Support Fund to assist survivors of sexual violence.
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Location: 260 Noble HallPhone: 970-247-7212Local Crisis Hotline: 970-247-5245Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall/Winter Terms:8 a.m. - noon, 1-5 p.m., Monday-Friday
Summer:8 a.m. - noon, 1-5 p.m., Tuesday & Thursday