Counseling Center

At this time the counseling center has returned to offering in-person sessions. We recognize that offering telehealth appointments was beneficial to many and reduced barriers to accessing care, as such, once you've completed your in-person intake appointment and have been assigned a long-term counselor, you and your counselor can discuss whether switching to tele-health counseling is well-suited for your care. Reasons may include accessibility concerns, if you are ill and need to stay home, or if you cannot commute to your appointment. We hope to work collaboratively to find the best form of care for you.

If you are interested in starting or continuing services please contact our office at (802) 865-5731,, or request an appointment.

If you are feeling lonely, anxious, isolated, or just need to talk to someone, please do not hesitate in using any of the resources below, including accessing the Champlain On-Call Counselor 24/7 at (802) 865-5745.

Additional support services:

Let's Talk

"Let's Talk" is an individual 20 minute consultation with a counselor to problem solve, de-stress or learn about Counseling Center services. It is offered Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:00–8:00 pm via Zoom. 

Please check back at the start of the Fall 2023 semester for updated times!

Where to Find Us

The Champlain College Counseling Center is located in Skiff Hall.

Our services include individual and group counseling, psychiatric medication management and referrals, crisis services, and wellness programming. All traditional undergraduate Champlain students, who are currently enrolled, are eligible for counseling services free of charge.

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need to speak to someone immediately, please call the on-call counselor at (802) 865-5745 or Campus Public Safety at (802) 865-6465. Counselors are also available for same day and walk-in appointments during regular business hours. 


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