In order to protect the Louisiana Tech campus community and beyond, Counseling Services hopes to reduce the transmission of the coronavirus by modifying most services offered.
- Individual student therapy appointments will be conducted only via secure Zoom or phone to students who are currently in the state of Louisiana. To schedule an appointment as a new client or a current client you will only need to call 318.257.2488
- If you are not currently located in the state of Louisiana, we can talk by phone to locate other resources for you.
- Continue to check the Counseling Services website https://www.latech.edu/current-students/student-advancement-affairs/counseling-services/ for updates to our services.
- Groups are cancelled for the remainder of the spring quarter.
- If you are in need of support or are in crisis between 8 am – 5 pm, please call Counseling Services 318.257.2488 and ask to speak to the counselor on duty. After-hours, call University Police number 318.257.4018 to speak to a counselor
- Please Refer to Mental Health and Coping During Covid-19
- Social Distancing to Reduce the Spread of Covid-19
Commitment to diversity and inclusion
Counseling Services and the Peer Leadership Council support the following statement from Dr. Les Guice and strive to maintain diverse practices to serve all students.
I know that many of you are feeling anger and hurt tied to the death of George Floyd. His death – and those of many other people of color throughout our nation’s history – was wrong.
One source of our University’s strength is its diversity, and our contrasts create learning experiences beyond the classroom. I realize the privileges that can come from the color of one’s skin, and I join with our students, faculty, staff, and alumni in pledging to learn from all the members of our campus community. I see you, and I value your humanity.
We condemn all acts of racism, discrimination, and hatred. These acts defy the very spirit of Louisiana Tech, and they negate our belief in our Tenets.
We welcome diversity
Of race, culture, spirituality, gender, identity, ability, and orientation.
We seek to provide a safe and inclusive space for all.
We reject intolerance and any form of degradation, hurt, and abuse.
We commit in words and actions,
To uphold the rights of all to feel safe, valued, and respected.
Welcome to Counseling Services.
Counseling Services strives to identify student needs in regard to academic achievement, emotional/psychological and physical health, career involvement, and responsible decision-making. Through counseling, crisis intervention, educational programming, and counselor training, services are delivered that address needs in guiding the student toward the fulfillment of his/her fullest potential intellectually, socially, physically, and spiritually.
Code of Ethics
The Office of Counseling Services functions as a department within the Division of Student Affairs, and, as such, operates within the framework of all federal and state laws and all policies of the Division. Further, it adheres to strict standards set forth in the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, American Counseling Association, the Code of Conduct, Louisiana Licensed Professional Counselors Board of Examiners, and is guided by the Accreditation Standards for University and College Counseling Centers, International Association of Counseling Services, Inc. With these as a foundation, the personnel in Counseling Services strive to fulfill the departmental mission in providing quality services both sensitively and professionally. Counseling Services adheres to the equal opportunity provisions of federal and civil rights laws, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, gender, or disability.
Louisiana Tech University adheres to the equal opportunity provisions of federal and civil rights laws, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status or disability.
The Title IX Coordinator is Carrie Flournoy, President’s Office, Wyly Tower 1620; phone (318) 257-3785; email email@example.com
The 504 Coordinator is Annie Jantz, Dean of Student Development, Keeny Hall 305, phone (318) 257-2445; email firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 12:00 pm
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Keeny Hall 310
IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY AFTER OFFICE HOURS
Call Campus Police
Campus Police will notify a counselor on your behalf