Counseling services at Brevard College assist in ensuring the safety of students—physically, mentally, and emotionally—while providing opportunities for growth and development in their personal, academic, and professional pursuits.
Experienced staff are available in the Stamey Hall to help students with concerns like academic pressures or difficulties, depression, low self-esteem, stress, anxiety, eating disorders, substance abuse, loneliness, relationships, and career decisions.
Counselors can also refer students toward community resources such as support groups, other professional counselors, and treatment programs. All interactions with counseling services are free and confidential.
- Individual counseling
- Emergency crisis counseling
- Mediation services
- Career and personality assessment
- Campus presentations
- Community education and awareness programs
- Referrals to community resources such as support groups, other professional counselors, treatment programs, and assessment
Location & Appointments:
Counseling services are located in Stamey Hall.
- Contact Dee Dasburg, Associate Dean of Students and Coordinator of Counseling Services, at Dee.Dasburg@brevard.edu for an appointment.
- Individual sessions are usually scheduled on a weekly basis for 50 minutes each, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
For crisis or emergency situations after hours or on weekends, contact your Resident Advisors or Campus Safety.
Master level interns from local universities are also available to provide counseling support. We want to get to know you personally and help you navigate difficult college transitions by supporting, encouraging, and listening to you. All counseling services are free and confidential for any Brevard student.
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