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Contact us: Support, Disability, & Counseling Center
Room: 2011
Phone: 307-382-1652
Email: studdev@wwcc.wy.edu

Counseling Services

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Life in college is a time of great change and personal growth. It is exciting, satisfying, and sometimes challenging. For many students, there are times when the demands of college may feel overwhelming. Counseling Services are available to provide the support that will help you succeed.

Personal Counseling

Our Counselors are available to assist you with any personal problems you may encounter that threaten your educational success as well as your general  well-being. We also provide crisis intervention to anyone experiencing a personal crisis and in need of immediate assistance.

Academic Counseling

Come in and talk to one of our counselors about how to choose a major, how to succeed in your major, or about general academic concerns.

Meet the Counselors

Kim Drane  Licensed Professional Counselor
M.S. University of Arkansas—Counseling
B.A. University of the Ozarks—Psychology/Sociology

Bret Zerger, Licensed Professional Counselor
M.A. Adams State College—Community Counseling
B.A. Adams State College—Psychology

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If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at: studdev@wwcc.wy.edu.

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