Counseling & Wellness
Laramie County Community College provides a full-service personal counseling center
with direct and indirect services to students.
Our counseling center provides support in helping students and the campus community
balance intellectual, emotional, interpersonal and developmental needs. We provide
preventative, remedial, and developmental intervention through counseling, crisis
intervention, workshops, teaching, outreach, consultation and community referrals.
All currently enrolled LCCC students are eligible for FREE counseling services, if
they so desire, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, handicap, race, religion, sexual
orientation or progress toward academic degree. LCCC is a safe zone for all students
Students can review
the standard of practice document.
Services are provided through developmental, preventive and remedial modes of intervention.
All services are free to currently enrolled students on a short-term basis. Most problems
are resolved within six sessions or less. Students needing extensive and/or long-term
counseling will be referred to the community's support agencies. Services include:
- Group counseling - Students can learn about the groups that are meeting and join one
that interests them.
Wonder Women: This group helps women empower women by creating a supportive environment, giving
words of encouragement and exploring who they are in a fun environment. Learn more about this group, which meets at 1 p.m. every Wednesday in Arp 166.