Counseling Consent Forms
Klamath Falls Campus
Counseling services are offered at the Integrated Student Health Center Building in front of the Sustainable Village. Counselors offer personal, educational, and crisis counseling to students. Sessions are private and confidential. Counseling is available free of charge to students enrolled in six or more on-campus credits and who have paid the Student Health Fee. Sometimes students are referred to services off-campus to better address their needs.
Counselors also offer consultation to faculty, staff, and students who want advice on how to help students with problems.
In-person and Remote Services
Appointments are available in-person, via phone, and video conferencing with Counselors at the Klamath Falls campus. Please call the Integrated Student Health Center at 541-885-1800 to participate in the free counseling available for students enrolled in 6 or more credits.
ISHC Building in front of Village Apartments
Appointments are available via phone and video conferencing with Counselors at the Klamath Falls campus. Please call the Integrated Student Health Center at 541-885-1800 to participate in the free counseling available for students enrolled in 6 or more credits.
In case of a mental health emergency, call the Clackamas County Crisis line at 503-655-8585. You may also visit the Clackamas County Urgent Mental Health Walk-In Clinic.
Integrated Student Health Center (KF)
Types of Counseling Available
Personal counseling focuses on concerns such as depression, anxiety, self-esteem, relationship problems, and managing stress.
Some of the other specific problems we talk with students about include:
- suicidal thoughts
- partner problems
- conflict with parents/spouses/children
- coping with past or present abusive situations
- dating issues
- sexually transmitted diseases
- sexual assault
- substance abuse
- being a minority group member at Oregon Tech
If you have a personal concern, and aren't sure where to go for help, our staff will likely be able to assist you.
Our counseling staff can offer support resolving academic problems, including test anxiety, time management, motivation, study skills, and problems with faculty. We frequently refer students to other campus resources for additional support.
Often, concerns about career direction and whether a specific major is the best fit arise during the course of a college student's academic career. Our counseling staff are happy to have these discussions with students and to assist in helping students connect to additional resources as needed. For instance, the Oregon Tech Career Services department specializes in career exploration and job seeking skills.
Substance Abuse Treatment
For students struggling with alcohol or other drug problems, ISHC counselors can support them on-campus, If students are interested in working with someone in the community, we recommend Lutheran Community Services Northwest (LCS).
If you think you might have an alcohol or drug problem, but you aren't sure if you need help, we recommend you come to the Integrated Student Health Center for a preliminary assessment. Individuals interested in conducting a confidential self-assessment of their drinking behavior may want to complete a screening tool such as the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) developed by the World Health Organization.