Counseling Services

 Welcome

UACCM’s Counseling and Disability Services seeks to provide a welcoming environment for students. Our office offers a variety of services to support students as they reach their personal and educational goals. These services are free and include personal counseling (individual, couples, and group), Career Counseling, Educational Counseling, and Disability Services.

UACCM’s Counseling & Disability Services is committed to promoting student growth and development through outreach and individualized services.

Counseling Services

Counseling Services offers free and confidential short-term counseling to enrolled UACCM students. Each UACCM student can receive up to 12 sessions per academic year.

Personal Counseling

College students attend counseling for a variety of reasons including anxiety, depression, relationship issues, decision making, adjusting to college, and other needs. We offer a variety of services to address those needs.

Individual and Couples Counseling

We offer brief, solution-focused therapy model of counseling. The student and counselor will identify an area of concern and establish goals for counseling. For students with ongoing needs, referrals will be discussed and made.

Group Counseling

Group therapy is offered each semester for different topics. Group provides opportunities with the guidance of a counselor and the support of other students to learn new coping skills and promote personal growth.

Fall 2018 Groups

Understanding Your Anxiety

Anxiety is a part of our everyday lives but for many people anxiety grows and becomes too difficult to handle. This group will allow students to help themselves as well as others by learning appropriate tools and techniques to cope with and reduce overall anxiety levels. Check the Outreach tab for dates, times, and locations.

“Let’s Talk!”

A program designed to offer a confidential consultation for situational problems that arise. This program is offered as needed by students who do not need ongoing personal counseling.

Career Counseling

A college degree is an investment and should be invested in wisely. Career counseling is a process that will help you do just that by looking at your individual personality, interests, work values, and skills. The goal of career counseling is to help you achieve long term career satisfaction.

Educational Counseling

Adjusting to college can be a difficult task for any student. Educational Counseling will help ease the transition by developing your strengths as a student. Educational Counseling focuses on the following areas:

  • Time management
  • Study Skills
  • Organization
  • Test-taking skills
  • Other issues that may affect an individual
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Counselors

Cody Davis, LPC

Director of Counseling and Disability Services

davisc@uaccm.edu

Abby Jones, CRC, LAC

Counselor and Disability Services Coordinator

jonesa@uaccm.edu