The Vision of the Brevard College Counseling Center is to create a safe, holistically healthy, and growth-oriented campus community where students, staff, and faculty are able to care for themselves and each other in order to contribute to the overall Mission of Brevard College and its motto, “Cognosce ut Prosis”. (Learn in order to Serve)
The Mission of the Brevard College Counseling Center is to provide exceptional mental health counseling, education, and consultation services for the Brevard College Campus and Community in an inclusive and person-centered framework. We provide presence and a safe therapeutic relational space which allows clients to access their innate ability to grow in their life. We attend to each client’s unique needs as it relates to their story and their hope for what they wish for in their life, by providing opportunities for learning, healing, and development toward a healthy relationship with themselves and others. We meet the holistic needs of our community by providing education and programs that are relevant, timely, and responsive.
The work of the Brevard College Counseling Center follows these Values:
Compassion, Empathy, Connection, Non-judgment, Curiosity, and Inclusion
Developmental skills training
Community education and awareness programs
Crisis intervention and counseling
Kevin George, II, works as the Director of Counseling Services at Brevard College.
Master level interns from local universities also provide counseling for students. We want to get to know you personally and help you navigate difficult college transitions by supporting, encouraging, and listening to your story.
All counseling services are free and confidential for any Brevard College student.
At times referrals to community resources such as support groups, other professional counselors, treatment programs, and assessment may be recommended for a client’s overall health and wellness.
Location & Appointments:
The Counseling Center is located on the top floor of Coltrane Hall.
Contact Kevin at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
Individual sessions are usually scheduled on a weekly basis for 50 minutes each, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Occasionally sessions may be scheduled outside of those times.
For crisis or emergency situations after hours or on weekends, contact Campus Safety