COUNSELING - The Help Clinic
The Wayne State College Help Clinic seeks to provide quality counseling at no cost to residents of northeast Nebraska. The counseling services help empower individuals through support, hope, and healing to improve the quality of their lives. In addition, Wayne State College graduate students in counseling will benefit from the opportunity to gain experience in becoming effective counselors.
WSC HELP Clinic Counselors Provide Help for Personal Concerns
Counseling services are available to all members of the community at no cost by Wayne State College. Appointments may be scheduled in Wayne and in Norfolk. The counselors understand the stress involved in dealing with problems such as grief, worry, family and relationship conflicts, emotional pain, and alcohol and drug abuse. Talking to a professional about these issues can provide support, guidance, and may help to find new solutions. The Help Clinic would be happy to answer any questions you have about the counseling.
Call (402) 375-7210 to inquire. If you reach an answering machine, please leave your name and phone number. Your call will be returned. See HELP CLINIC BROCHURE.
For Recovery Group information, see the RECOVERY GROUP HANDOUT.
The counselors are graduate students in Counseling at Wayne State College, all nearing completion of the Master’s degree. They are supervised by Dr. Keith Willis, a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor; and Dr. Terry Hamilton, Licensed Mental Health Practitioner.
Back Row (L-R) - Keith Willis, Paula Peterson, Jessica Henery, Angela Large, Elizabeth Sturgeon, Keven Aase
Front Row (L-R)- Katie Bartels, Melissa Jenkins, Aubrey Loera, Brandy Boschult
Not Pictured: Melissa Brokaw and Gina Kroon