Fort Lewis College (FLC) Counseling Center is devoted to supporting the mental health of Fort Lewis College students through experienced, licensed mental health counselors (psychologists, licensed professional counselors, and licensed social workers) and supervised interns and practicum students who work in the center as part of their graduate training.
The Counseling Center provides students with confidential support and skills to manage stress, behavior, and emotion. We offer behavioral assessments (a process of assessing substance use, anger issues, and/or psychological well-being); group therapy (in which people with similar problems can support each other to facilitate change); individual and couples counseling; and consultation with a counselor for faculty, staff, students, and parents regarding specific concerns about students.
Counseling Center staff members welcome faculty and staff concerns about students as well as any concerns and insights about students that family members may have. If you are concerned with your student’s emotional state, please call and ask to speak with a counselor. If we’ve seen your student, we won’t be able to share any information with you because of confidentiality, but we want to listen to your concerns. The Counseling Center can be reached at (970) 247-7212 or at their web site.