is committed to provide a quality experience for those in need.
Located in Strauss Hall room 284, on
the campus of the
Monroe, the Center is staffed by graduate students in Clinical Mental Health, School,
and Addictions Counseling. The Community
’s goal is to provide clients the opportunity to learn, change, and
develop through personal growth experiences. While clients work toward
personal growth, the Center strives to provide a counseling environment
that will facilitate their exploration of new options. Services
Individual, group, and family counseling is provided
to persons of all ages and cultures. The Center provides counseling
for those with personal, career, school, relationship, addictions, and other concerns.
All information concerning clients will remain confidential within the guidelines of
law and the ethical standards set by the American Counseling
Association. Sessions are videotaped for training and supervision
purposes only and remain confidential.
Monday – Thursday
Walk-ins are welcomed
Appointments are recommended
The Center is located in Strauss Hall room 284.
Strauss Hall is located on
adjacent to the library.
Center phone: 318-342-1263
Dept. phone: 318-342-1246
Services are available to the public at a maximum fee
students who have paid their activity fees may use the center at no
Referrals The Community
cooperates with area social services agencies, physicians, attorneys,
ministers, and schools. We welcome referrals from these and other
John-Nelson Pope, MDiv, Ph.D. Clinic Director and Assistant Professor of Counseling
Yolanda Dupre, Ph.D., LPC, LMFT, NCC
Counseling Program Director and Associate Professor of Counseling
School Counseling program (M.S.), the Clinical Mental Health
Counseling program (M.S.), and the Marriage and Family Therapy Program
(M.A.) are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling
and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). The Addictions Counseling
program (M.A.) meets the standards for, and is accredited as a Clinical
Mental Health Counseling program by CACREP. The Marriage and Family
Therapy program (M.A.) is also accredited by the Commission On
Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE).
additional information about educational programs, please contact the Department of Behavioral Sciences at (318) 342-1246