If you are interested in free counseling, please fill out this online form.
Clients meet with a student counselor once a week for a 50-minute appointment during the school term.
Sessions are facilitated by graduate students who are trained in cognitive–behavioral therapies that are shown to be effective in helping individuals manage stress, anxiety, depression and trauma. Graduate students provide counseling under the close supervision of faculty and clinical supervisors. It is important to be aware that because of the training nature of the program, sessions with student counselors are videotaped and reviewed as part of the educational component.
OSU-Cascades will continue the free counseling program into future school terms, so on-going counseling will be available.
The counseling clinic is in OSU-Cascades' Graduate & Research Center near the Old Mill shopping district.
Yes! OSU-Cascades’ counseling program is accredited by the Council for Accrediting Counseling and Related Educational Programs. The program is recognized by the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and the National Board of Certified Counselors as meeting requirements for state licensing and national certification.