咨询 & 健康
As an NWACC student or employee, you can seek free personal counseling services at the college for a myriad of reasons, such as assistance with general mental health counseling, career counseling, domestic abuse, sexual assault, substance abuse and recovery support, community resource assistance and more.
NWACC的辅导员 戴尔·蒙哥马利咨询公司 & 健康中心 are trained to be supportive, relate to others and be sensitive to your background 以及生活经历. 咨询 can offer a safe, non-judgmental place to process emotions, learn how to address issues, and how to manage and cope with varying life 情况下.
请注意: Our counselors do not prescribe medication, nor provide medication management.
To make an appointment or request more information about counseling services, please use the button below to email the center.
观看视频 below to hear counselors Meagan and Quinn explain NWACC’s 咨询与健康 Center's services and how they can help you be mentally and emotionally well.
View the frequently asked questions and answers below 了解更多 about NWACC's counseling services for students and 员工.
Personal counseling can be described as the following:
- A positive step to help resolve a problem.
- An educational opportunity to learn and understand yourself more fully as an individual.
- An opportunity to eliminate barriers that may be interfering with your success at NWACC.
College life can be very rewarding, but also stressful. 人生往往有许多种 stressors that college students encounter (e.g., moving, change in financial situation, new found independence, balancing demands of parenting/school/work). 如果你刚开始 to feel stressed or overwhelmed, make an appointment to talk with a counselor. 任何 information that you share with a counselor is confidential (this information cannot be shared with anyone without your written consent).
辅导员 are trained to assist students in identifying, understanding, and developing skills to solve your personal problems. One of the major goals is to provide you with skills so that you are more capable of solving future problems on your own.
The 咨询与健康 Center is prepared to assist students and 员工 who 处于危机之中吗.g., suicidal thoughts, anger management problems). 然而，辅导员们 are not available 24 hours per day. As such, if there is a crisis during off hours, we recommend that you call the local crisis line 988, 911, or go to a local emergency 房间.
Services are free to students enrolled in the current academic semester and current 员工.
The 咨询与健康 Center currently offers services by both telehealth and 面对面的约会. While some prefer in-person sessions, others find telehealth sessions to be very convenient for their schedule.
NWACC的咨询 & 健康中心 also offers career counseling to help you choose 你的专业或职业道路.
使用 FREE eParachute Career Assessment and make an appointment with a counselor to review and discuss your assessment.
麦奇绉裥, MS, LAC/LAMFT
Meagan is a dually licensed graduate from John Brown University with her Master of Science in Clinical Mental 健康 and Marriage & 家庭治疗. 她有额外的 training in Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) for those who are coming to therapy to process trauma. As a current doctoral student at the University of the Cumberlands, Meagan is working on her PhD in Counselor Education & 监督. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her kids and writing for regional 育儿的出版物.
约翰Sevier, MS, LAC
John is a licensed associate counselor with a Master of Science from John Brown University. His goal in life is to "Have as much fun as possible and help as many people as possible.” In his free time, John enjoys hanging out with his boyfriend at home or traveling 这个国家.
旋律Kramme, MS, LAMFT
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Melody is a licensed associate marriage and family therapist with a Master of Science degree from John Brown University. She engages in more primitive versions of the mind through play, music, art and sand tray. In her free time, Melody enjoys basking in the sunshine with her two pet turtles – Bitsy and Franklin.
If you have an immediate health-related emergency, please call 911, Public Safety at 479- 619-4229, or Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988.