2106 Centennial Hall, 1725 State Street, La Crosse, WI USA 54601
Office hours: Monday through Friday 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Closed holidays)
Urgent Care hours (crisis only):
Monday - Friday 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
General questions regarding CTC services? Contact us at 608.785.8073
Welcome back students
Urgent care hours are
Monday - Friday
2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
New Groups starting soon!
Have you tried the Relaxation Room?
No appointment needed!
Make an Appointment:
Call or stop in to make an appointment. At the first counseling appointment, the receptionist will ask the student to complete a 2015-16 Client Information Form and read through the 2015-2016 Informed Consent Form. The client information form will help the counselor understand the student's concerns. (The student may complete these forms in two ways. 1) At home, by clicking on the above links, printing and filling them out, and bringing them to the first appointment. 2) In our office, by arriving at least 15 minutes before the appointment, receiving them from our staff, and completing them.) The student and counselor will then discuss the student's situation and determine what counseling service will be most helpful. The first session takes approximately 20 minutes.
If you are unable to keep your appointment, please contact the Counseling Center
within 24 hours of your appointment time to cancel or reschedule.
Life Threatening Emergency: 911
University Police (emergency): 608.789.9999
Great Rivers 24-hour helpline: 211 or 800.362.8255
La Crosse County Crisis Line: 608.784.4357
Gundersen/Lutheran Medical Center: 608.782.7300 or 800.362.9567
Mayo Clinic-La Crosse: 608.785.0940 or 800.362.5454
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
Are you a student in recovery from substance abuse? Are you a student with great ideas?
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Individual counseling provides an opportunity to talk with a personal counselor about anything you wish and to get help in resolving conflicts, solving problems, choosing a major, career testing, handling crisis situations, making decisions, and developing better coping skills.
Each semester, the Counseling Center, based on students' interests and needs, schedules a variety of groups and workshops designed to help students learn new interpersonal skills, coping skills, and discuss personal concerns in a safe and supportive atmosphere. Check with the Counseling Center for information about current group offerings or click here.
The Counseling & Testing Center offers workshops and individual sessions on academic skills such as: note taking, text book study, test preparation, managing test anxiety, test taking skills, vocabulary, and speed reading. Click here for more information.Alcohol Education
Students or staff who are concerned about their own or a friend's alcohol or drug use may receive consultation, assessments, short term counseling, or referrals to a number of community resources to help address these concerns.