Commitment to social justice through high quality, direct service to the community and effective training and supervision in mental health counseling, addiction counseling, and family therapy.
Promoting Community Wellness
In January 2012, Lewis & Clark’s Graduate School of Education and Counseling opened the doors to a new Community Counseling Center. The counseling center is dedicated to providing high quality, low cost mental health services to the community. Lewis & Clark faculty supervise, train, and educate graduate-level students, creating effective interventions, outcomes, and knowledge of community needs.
The Department of Counseling Psychology models collaboration by offering services from three academic programs including:
Community Counseling Center
Director: Justin Henderson, PhD, NCC
Licensed Psychologist | Assistant Professor
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (503)768-6321
Department of Counseling Psychology
Department Chair : Teresa McDowell, EdD
Professional Mental Health Counseling Program
Program Co-Directors and Clinical Coordinators: Stella Kerl-McClain, PhD & Carol Doyle, PhD
Professional Mental Health Counseling —Addictions Specialization Program
Program Co-Directors and Clinical Coordinators: Cort Dorn-Medeiros, PhD & Stella Kerl-McClain, PhD
Please note: The Community Counseling Center is a community resource open to the public and is different from the Lewis & Clark Counseling Service office, which provides support and care to Lewis & Clark students. If you are looking for the Counseling Service office, please visit their website at: http://www.lclark.edu/offices/counseling_service/