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Counseling

Welcome to the Clackamas Middle College Counselor’s Corner!  We are here to support you. Please reach out to your counselor for help. We looking forward to connecting with you!
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MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING AVAILABLE TO ALL STUDENTS
CMC partners with Western Psychological and Counseling Services to provide school-based services for our students. Western's School Based Program is committed to providing quality, professional, and consistent therapeutic services to schools while removing barriers for students and families. Find more information and referral form here. Your CMC counselor can help refer you as well. 

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING A MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS, PLEASE CALL ONE OF THESE NUMBERS:

Clackamas County Crisis Line - 503.655.8585
Multnomah County Crisis Line - 503.988.4888
Washington County Crisis Line - 503.291.9111
Women's Crisis Line - 503.654.2288


How can your CMC counselor help you?
Counselors are available to help all students:
  • apply academic achievement strategies
  • manage emotions and apply interpersonal
    skills
  • plan for postsecondary options (higher
    education, military, work force)

Duties include providing:
  • individual student academic planning and goal
    setting
  • school counseling classroom lessons based on
    student success standards
  • short-term counseling to students (social/emotional support)
  • referrals for long-term support
  • collaboration with families/teachers/
    administrators/community for student success
  • advocacy for students at individual education
    plan meetings and other student-focused
    meetings
    • data analysis to identify student issues, needs
    and challenges