Longview Counseling

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Personal Counseling

Need help with career, academic, or personal support? 

It is not uncommon to need the support of a skilled listener to help you set goals, guide you in hearing your own voice, or simply support you through a rough time.

Fortunately, assistance is located right here on campus. Longview's counselors, with a wide variety of resources and community contacts, are here to provide you with that support. The following are examples of some of the issues counselors can assist you with:

  • Adjustment to college
  • Goal setting
  • Stress Management
  • Relationships
  • Communication
  • Depression
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Sexuality
  • Mental health concerns
  • Grief and loss
  • Time Management

We offer a discussion handout called "What should I expect from personal counseling?" (PDF) to help define the purpose, roles, and goals of any one-on-one counseling sessions you may be considering.

Students are encouraged to use our services that are free and confidential. Our office is open for appointments from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. (Monday-Thursday) and 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (Friday). To schedule an appointment with a counselor please call the Counseling Center at 816.604.1000.

Local Resources to Help Find a Counselor

Find a Therapist

The Family Conservancy

Mental Health page of KC Free Health Clinic

Local Mental Health Services and Information

Mental Health Crisis Line: 1.888.279.8188
Hearing/Speech Impaired Mental Health Crisis Line: 1.888.955.8339
Mental Help Line (non-crisis): 913.281.1234
ReDiscover: A nonprofit community mental health agency offering a full spectrum of programs and services for people whose lives have been affected by serious mental illness and/or substance abuse. ReDiscover helps men, women, and children who have limited income, no insurance, or who are under-insured. Call 816.966.0900 or visit their web site at

Web Resources on Mental Health Issues

Your online resource for College Mental Health:

Pamphlets on counseling topics such as anger, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, grief, sleep, and many more from the Commission for Counseling and Psychological Services (CC Village):

American Psychiatric Association College Mental Health site "Healthy Minds" (contains many links to other sites):

Suicide Prevention Resource Center:

Last Modified: 7/22/14