Find the approach that fits for you

As a student at FLC, you have the Counseling Center staff available as a support. Your student fees cover some services, while others do incur a cost. You don't have to face life's challenges alone. Contact the Counseling Center to learn more about any of the services we offer.

Individual Counseling

Individual counseling is a collaborative process in which a unique, confidential helping relationship is developed between a counselor and a student in order to explore feelings and behaviors, and to resolve personal problems and issues in accordance to the needs of the student. Some of the issues often addressed in individual counseling include (but are not limited to) stress, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, identity issues (cultural, religious, sexual orientation, etc.), body image, eating disorders, relationships with others, loneliness, physical or emotional abuse (past or present), changes in functioning, and irritability. Students taking eight credits or more are entitled to have an intake and four free counseling sessions. Students who need therapy beyond the free sessions may pay a $35 fee.

Group Counseling

Group therapy consists of approximately 6-10 individuals meeting face-to-face with one or more trained group therapists. Members give feedback to each other based on expressing their own feelings about what someone says, or does. It is a safe environment in which members work to establish a level of trust that allows them to talk openly from personal experience, and to try out new ways of behaving. The FLC Counseling Center provides various therapy and support groups each semester based on the belief that individuals with similar difficulties can share concerns and be supportive of each other; this support often facilitates change. Typical groups offered include a life skills group, men's group, and women's group. There is a $70 charge per semester for any group. Please contact the counseling center to learn more about this semester’s group schedule and/or to schedule a group screening.

Life Skills

Do life more enjoyably. Learn a broad range of skills to manage stress, overcome depression and anxiety, and improve your relationships with yourself and others. We’ll focus on mindfulness, communication skills, and emotional health.
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Life Skills Group is held on Tuesdays from 4 - 5:30 p.m.

Contact the Counseling Center to schedule a “group screening.”

Women's Circle

Connect with other women to explore issues specific to women in a safe and confidential setting.
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Women’s Circle is held on Thursdays from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Contact the Counseling Center to schedule a “group screening.”

Nature Therapy

Talk about, and hear from others, how Nature has helped you grow as an individual. Your group might explore topics such as: How does Nature give you deeper meaning in life? How does Nature help you clear your mind, and how do we do this? How does Nature help us cope? You will likely spend time outside, walking in Nature or gathered around a fire, as you build a safe container to talk about difficult subjects.
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Nature Therapy is held on Mondays from 4 - 6 p.m.

Contact the Counseling Center to schedule a “group screening.”

Altered States of Consciousness

Drop in to explore the varied states of consciousness available to us as humans, and connect with your group-mates to share in experiences and discussions about our human journey. As an “open” group, participants may vary week to week.
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Altered States of Consciousness is held on Tuesdays 4:30-6:30 in Noble 110.

Just show up, no need to contact Counseling Center first – unless you have questions.

Confidential Sexual Assault Services

This service provides students with a confidential resource to discuss and process possible instances of sexual assault/misconduct in a safe environment. As a confidential resource, reporting to the college is not necessary. Students can access a professional staff member who will help them emotionally as well as aid in the creation of an action plan and case management plan for students' next steps based on their needs and wants. This service is completely free and is an extension of the FLC Counseling Center and often partners with many other organizations and departments on campus.


Consultation is a process of discussing situations with FLC faculty, staff, and parents who can help identify specific problems with students. Student confidentiality is protected. Your counselor can answer specific questions you may have about this.

Psychiatric Consultation

A consulting psychiatrist is available to serve students in conjunction with counseling services. Psychiatric services are available by referral only through a Counselor in the Counseling Center.

Medical Mental Health Evaluation and Management

  • Medication evaluation and follow-up are only available by referral from a counselor in the Counseling Center.
  • The Medication specialist comes to the campus 1/2 day per week.
  • The charges are, $50 for Evaluation and $25 for follow-up appointments.

The Counseling Center can also make referrals to off campus resources and provides mental health outreach on campus and in the community.

The Counseling Center is part of the campus Health and Wellness Collaborative. Be sure to explore the other services and programs available through the Health and Wellness Collaborative.