The goal of Corban University's Counseling Services is to provide high quality and confidential mental health counseling and consultation to Corban students. Focused counseling can help students successfully resolve and manage problems that interfere with academic progress.
If concerns or problems are of a long-term nature or require medication, the counseling staff will work with the individual to assess his or her needs and the available resources, both on campus and in the community.
All counselors subscribe to the ethics codes of the National Association of Social Workers, and the Oregon State Board of licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists.
You may arrange appointments with a counselor by calling 503-375-7177 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Most students are given appointments within one to two days of their request. If the student’s need is urgent, every attempt will be made to see them the same day. You may also download an intake form and then deliver your completed form to student life.
Is it Confidential?
Yes. All information gathered in counseling, including the fact that a student has come into the center, is held in strict confidence. No information is released to college officials, faculty members, parents, or outside agencies except upon written request by the students and what the law requires counselors to report.
What does it cost?
Counseling services, workshops, and group sessions are free to all students. Educational Programs Workshops and ongoing groups are occasionally offered:
- Alcohol / drug problems
- Conflict resolution
- Creative problem solving
- Eating disorders
- Effective study-time management
- Human sexuality
- Loss and grieving
- Stress management
Director of Counseling Services