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Counseling Services



Individual Counseling

Students meet individually with a counselor to discuss a variety of issues. These may include personal feelings, relationships, coping with stress and anxiety, self-awareness, and other personal concerns. Typically, you will meet with your counselor for a 50-minute session every other week. At the end of each session, you and your counselor will decide the time and day for your next appointment. This is to allow you the most flexibility in your schedule as student's schedules frequently chain with study groups, exams, projects, and work. Your appointment will generally begin "on the hour," between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., and end at 10 minutes before the next hour. Most people find that 5 to 6 sessions are adequate to address their concerns. If you have any questions or concerns about the counseling process itself (e.g., feeling "stuck" or lacking direction), your counselor will be pleased to discuss them with you.

Group Counseling

During group counseling, students with common concerns meet together with one or more counselors to explore a specific topic. Group topics may include: Anxiety and Stress, Test Anxiety, Sexual Assault and Abuse Survivors, Getting Past the Past: Grief and Loss, etc.

Couples Counseling

Counselors are available to meet with couples (both of whom must be a student at Western Wyoming Community College) to provide relationship counseling.


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