We consider it a sign of strength when a student decides to seek help.
Students come to counseling when they are feeling stressed, upset, confused, or just curious. We provide professional mental health services free of charge to all enrolled Landmark students, as well as consultation, outreach, and education to the larger Landmark community.
We offer the opportunity to explore whatever is on your mind in a confidential setting so you can take full advantage of your time at Landmark.
You might find counseling useful if you are:
- stressed out or anxious
- sad, depressed, or alone
- upset about family relationships
- irritable, angry, frustrated
- uncomfortable with your substance use (which can contribute to academic, interpersonal, or legal issues)
- behind in your work, unmotivated, unable to focus
- facing grief and loss
- concerned about your identity (sexual, ethnic, racial, or spiritual)
- pre-occupied with the urge to harm yourself, in any way
- unhappy with friendships or intimate relationships
- upset about food, nutrition, weight, or body image
- out of control in your computer use
- defeated, discouraged, ready to give up
- confused by a traumatic event, such as sexual assault
- uncertain about personal values or beliefs
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
To Make an Appointment
Call 802.387.1636 or come by our office at the Strauch Student Center, 2nd floor.
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Call 802.387.1636 and describe the emergency.
After Hours, Weekends, and Holidays
Call Campus Safety & Security: 802.387.6899.