Counseling Center & Services
Our main office is located on the Schnecksville campus in the Student Services Center, Room 126. We also have Counselor appointments available at our Donley and Morgan sites. Please call 610 799-1895 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to schedule an appointment.
In Emergency situations, call:
- Lehigh County 610-782-3127
- Northampton County 610-252-9060
- Carbon County 570-992-0879
- Schuylkill County 877-993-4357
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK
Description of Counseling at LCCC
The life of a college student is a busy one—balancing obligations to work, family, friends, and school. It can feel overwhelming at times even just knowing where to start. At LCCC Counseling Services, we work with students to navigate the challenges of being a busy student in an even busier world. Our counselors have the training and experience to walk with you through some of the challenging transitions that occur during college. We’re here to help! Faculty and staff are welcome to direct students to us or bring them to our office. Our main office is located on the Schnecksville campus in the Student Services Center, Room 126.
Appointments and Fees
Services are free of charge for all students. Appointments are usually available on a first-come, first-served basis, but emergency assistance is often available the same day. The first appointment will involve completion of confidential forms and a meeting with the counselor to discuss the reasons for seeking assistance and an attempt to clarify goals and possible ways to achieve these goals. Counseling is primarily short term (6-8 sessions). If longer treatment is necessary, the counselor will help with referral to a provider off-campus.
Confidentiality and Privacy
All contacts and communications with Counseling Services are confidential. Counseling records and notes are not a part of your academic record. We follow laws and ethical guidelines that govern professional counseling. In keeping with these guidelines, the only situations in which a counselor would make an exception to confidentiality is if you were at risk of harming yourself or another person, or in the case of abuse of a minor or older adult (child/elder abuse).