Counseling Services provides free individual, group and couples counseling for students as well as prevention and consultation services for the college community. These services are available for the Tell City and Princeton campuses also.
Counseling Services can help students with a wide variety of personal issues which may interfere with their academic progress or social development. These services are confidential and are available for assistance with stress management, coping mechanisms, depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol problems, relationship and family problems or any other personal issue.
Ivy Tech Evansville campus
3501 North First Avenue Evansville IN 47710
Room 228, The Lamkin Center for Learning and Student Success
Monday through Friday
Late appointments can be arranged if necessary.
How to Schedule an Appointment:
To Schedule an appointment please stop by the Lamkin Center for Learning and Student Success in Room 228, or call (812)492-0336. Appointments are usually available within the week.
In Case of Emergency:
If an emergency happens during business hours, please call the receptionist at (812)492-0336 and ask to speak to a counselor immediately. If after hours, contact Campus Security at 517, 485 or 842.
Links to Area Resources:
Deaconess Cross Pointe
Peace Zone Recovery Center
Southern Hills Counseling Center
Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare
What is counseling?
Counseling is a safe relationship of trust, respect and confidence in which a person seeking help learns to explore one ’s self and his /her own abilities to cope with life experiences more effectively. The fundamental belief in counseling is that individuals have worth, dignity and the ability to solve their own problems when they understand themselves and their choices and the potential outcomes. One may also use counseling for personal growth and development.
How do I make an appointment?
Stop by the Lamkin Center for Learning and Student Success in Room 228 at the Evansville campus or call (812)492-0336.
What does it cost?
There is no cost for Ivy Tech students.
What about confidentiality?
Generally all information you share with your counselor is kept confidential and cannot be shared with family members, friends, or employees of the college unless you grant your permission in writing. If there is a concern that an individual who comes to counseling may be a risk or danger to themselves or others, confidentiality can be broken. Also if the counselor becomes aware of abuse or neglect of a minor or elder, the counselor is required by law to report the abuse. Sometimes, on rare occasions, if the records are subpoenaed by the court confidentiality may be broken. All of the about situations happen in only a rare number of cases.
What kind of time commitment does counseling require?
Typically you will meet with a counselor one time a week for an hour. The length of time required to make the desired progress will depend on the issues being addressed and also the effort put in to the solutions but generally it is found that 3-6 sessions is sufficient.
Faculty/Staff Resources: Please check the N drive for these resources.