Services

  • Classroom Presentations

    Professors are able to request presentations as a co-curricular activity regarding topics students are learning in class or as a way to help enhance wholistic development of students. 

    Individual Counseling

    Individual Counseling is counseling in which the individual (student) meets with the counselor one on one. During these one on one sessions, students confidentially talk with the counselor in regards to various issues of concern that may be occurring in their lives. 

    The most common concerns in which students use the counseling center include stress, anxiety, depression, and interpersonal issues.  Other common topics include alcohol/drug addition, gender identity/sexual issues, and poor academic performance.  Any issue, no matter how big or small, Student Support and Wellness Services is here to assist students so that they can be successful personally, academically, and professionally. 

    Meeting with the counselor will allow the student to openly and confidentially discuss their issues. In doing so, the student will be able to gain a better insight into their issues which will help them to increase their knowledge, change their behaviors and/ or increase their understanding of themselves and others.

    Wellness Workshops and Events 

    Several wellness workshops or events occur every month on topics such as anxiety, time management, depression, healthy relationships, test anxiety and more.  These workshops appear on the Canvas Dashboard or you can be added to the emailing list by emailing adonn@bccc.edu.

    Group Counseling

    Group counseling, is counseling in which 3-10 students meet with the counselor (as the facilitator) and discuss and process issues that may be common among students. The group format allows for students to understand that they are not alone in their situation and it also helps them to receive understanding and feedback from others with similar situation.

    Consultation & Training

    The counselor will consult with individuals, faculty, students, and others on a variety of student development issues including:

    • helping skills
    • goal-setting
    • empathetic listening
    • team building
    • crisis prevention
    • promotion of civility

    Case Management Services

    The most common concerns in which students use the counseling center include stress, anxiety, depression, and interpersonal issues.  Other common topics include alcohol/drug addition, gender identity/sexual issues, and poor academic performance.  Any issue, no matter how big or small, Student Support and Wellness Services is here to assist students so that they can be successful personally, academically, and professionally.