• Life-threatening Mental Health Emergency

    If you or someone you know is experiencing a life-threatening mental health emergency, please call 9-1-1 or the Clackamas County Crisis Line at 503-655-8585.

Counseling at CCC

At Clackamas Community College, we take mental health and wellness seriously. That’s why we offer free counseling services to our students. Come find the Counseling office in the Community Center or make an appointment. We can help if you’re struggling and in need of therapy, advice or resources.

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CONTACT COUNSELING

counseling@clackamas.edu | 503-594-3176

Community Center 129-131

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Mon - Fri, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Contact us regarding availability outside of these hours).

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Mon and Thu, noon to 5 p.m.

You can also complete the Referral Tool in the myClackamas Portal under “Student Resources” and click “CCC Counselor Appointment Requests”

CCC Counseling services include:

  • Personal counseling (individual and couples)
  • Crisis support
  • Resources and referrals
  • Career counseling
  • Help with academic concerns like procrastination, time management and difficulties in classes

Visit our academic planning pages (what classes to take toward your degree).

Classes taught by counseling faculty

Counseling faculty teach a variety of courses that help students build skills and learn how to be a successful college student. To learn more, check out the class schedule and look for Human Development (HD) and First Year Experience (FYE) classes. 

Addiction support group

SMART Recovery is an anonymous self-help group for those who identify as having an addiction. SMART stands for Self-Management And Recovery Training. The CCC SMART Recovery group is open to anyone who would like to learn tools for dealing with addiction and, in general, offers good coping skills and training that would benefit most people. All are welcome. 

SMART meets on Tuesdays in Roger Rook 220 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. and Wednesdays in Community Center 105 from 1:30 to 3 p.m.

Meet our counseling team

Casey Sims

Counseling confidentiality

Communication between you and Clackamas Community College counselors is confidential as required (except as limited by law). Generally, information may not be disclosed to another person or agency outside of the Counseling Department (including parents, teachers, or staff) without your written consent. Among the legally and ethically determined exceptions to this policy are:

  • Counselors need to disclose information necessary to prevent you from acting on plans to hurt yourself or others.
  • Counselors need to report suspected abuse of children, animals, older adults (65+) or people with disabilities (both developmental and acquired) to the appropriate authorities, regardless of whether the abuse is current or historical.
  • Counselors need to disclose medically relevant information if you have a potential medical emergency.
  • If your records are subpoenaed and a judge court orders the release of these records, counselors must comply with this order.
  • The CCC counseling staff members work as an integrated unit, which means we consult with each other.