|Visit the Counseling Office, call or contact a counselor directly.
Jennifer Houge, Counselor
Aaron McNabb, Counselor
Toll Free 1.866.900.2311
see Campus Map
Counseling appointments and walk-in support are available weekdays.
For emergency mental health and 24-hour crisis support, contact:
Cowlitz County Guidance Association
360.425.6064 or toll-free at 800.803.8833.
|At-a-Glance Quick Guide - getting the right help
Behavioral Intervention Team Form (BIT) - quick and easy online form for reporting concerns
Community Resource Directory - helpful community resource agencies
Safety & Security at Lower Columbia College
Our counselors can help you discover your passion, create a plan to make the career of your dreams a reality, set realistic timelines based on your busy life, and help you deal with stressors.
Counselors are available to help
Counselors can help one-on-one or in small groups
- Reduce test anxiety
- Build self-confidence
- Clarify values
- Deal with loss
- Cope with change
- Reduce stress and learn to relax
Is counseling right for you?
Counseling involves expressing your concerns, questions and feelings and identifying ways to handle them.
Counselors are trained professionals who can help you sort out your confusion, make wise decisions and change behaviors or patterns that interfere with your goals.
Counselors can help you identify resources you already have, look at problems from a new perspective and guide you toward your own solutions.
- Career assessments, Career exploration, Resume help, and Job search
Social and Personal
- Student success groups; Veterans' Services, Student Clubs, Organizations & Co-Curricular Groups, Childcare, and Diversity & Equity Center