Mental Health Services
Individual Short-term Counseling
One-on-one counseling gives you the opportunity to speak with a counseling professional about concerns and issues that are upsetting you. Working with a counselor can help you resolve troubling issues, learn new skills and aid in building your confidence so that you can take advantage of your experience at Landmark.
Alcohol, Other Drugs (AOD) and Addictions
Counseling Services has a licensed drug and alcohol counselor who offers information, substance abuse assessments and support. Weekly AOD support groups are scheduled throughout the year, as well as related program offerings.
Sexual Respect Coordinator
We have a counselor who is available to help students who have experienced sexual assaults or any troubling sexual interactions which feel confusing or violating. This counselor is a confidential resource for students and will not participate in judicial or other disciplinary hearings.
Psychiatric Services and Referrals
We have a local independent psychiatrist who is on campus once a week for those students who need a local prescriber. Students wishing to meet with this psychiatrist must meet with one of our counselors first for an intake, and the psychiatrist may require a student to meet regularly with a Landmark counselor while he is providing medication management.
Students wishing to to meet with the psychiatrist on campus need to fill out the forms provided by his office.
These forms are available to print, fill out and fax back to Landmark College at 802-.387-1644. Forms available for download
Please contact our office coordinator, Cindy Brown at 802-387-1636 if you have any questions.
If you require extended or specialized mental health services, we are happy to help facilitate a referral to a local off-campus provider.
Groups and Workshops
Counseling Services offers groups and workshops, which focus on specific topics such as Anxiety and Stress, Addiction Support, Social Skills, Transitioning to Landmark, or other topics
The Counseling staff provides consultation around mental health issues to faculty, staff, parents, student organizations and students. Our goal is to support a holistic approach to the particular learning challenges and developmental stresses faced by Landmark students. We are committed to supporting members of the Landmark community in addressing the mental health concerns of our students.
Training and Education
Our staff provides education and training opportunities for all members of the Landmark community. Classroom visits, workshops for staff, faculty and students, presentations to parents and orientation activities are among our annual offerings.