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Counseling

Students may contact any counselor regardless of the institution they attend.

Campus Counselors

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Lake Region State College
Main Campus, Student Services Office
Brigitte Greywater, Licensed School Psychologist, Ed.S.
brigitte.greywater@lrsc.edu | 701-662-1546

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Dakota College at Bottineau
Corey Gorder, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, LPCC
corey.gorder@dakotacollege.edu | 701-228-5673

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Williston State College
Leah Hoffman, Licensed Addictions Counselor, LAC
leah.hoffman@willistonstate.edu | 701-774-4212

 

Mission Statement

To assist and enable students in personal and career development so that each student has the opportunity to reach his/her ultimate potential.

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  • Personal Counseling
  • Addictions Counseling
  • Trauma Counseling
  • Learning Strategies/Learning Disabilities
  • Career Counseling

Areas of Service

Brigitte Greywater, Lake Region State College, Director of Counseling
DEGREE: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Speech and Language Pathology and an Educational Specialist in School Psychology

Mental Health Services provided but not limited to:

  • Licensed School Psychologist
  • Personal, career, and academic counseling to students
  • Mental health first aid certified by the NDUS
  • Serves on the Substance Awareness Council for the Lake Region Area
  • Serves on the Suicide Prevention Team for the Lake Region Area
  • Specializes in disorders hindering the ability to learn
  • Behavior modification
  • Member of the Behavior Intervention Team
  • Member of the Retention Management Team
  • Crisis intervention, education, and awareness to LRSC campus on topics related to mental health and drug/alcohol use

Leah Hoffman, Williston State College, Director of Counseling
DEGREE: Bachelor of Science in Addiction Studies and Master of Arts in Addiction Studies

Mental Health Services provided but not limited to:

  • Licensed Addictions Counselor
  • Addiction evaluations
  • Individual or group therapy
  • Emergency on call services and suicide assessments
  • Advanced clinical training in Motivational Interviewing
  • ASIST Certified; Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training
  • Mental Health First Aid trainer
  • Services include confidential consultation
  • Brief short term intervention and referral
  • Crisis intervention, education, and awareness to WSC campus on topics related to mental health and drug/alcohol use

Corey Gorder, Dakota College at Bottineau, Director of Counseling
DEGREE: Bachelor of Science in Sociology and Criminal Justice and Master of Science, Clinical Psychology

Mental Health Services provided but not limited to:

  • Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
  • safeTALK Trainer-Suicide intervention
  • Advanced clinical training in Motivational Interviewing
  • ASIST Certified; Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training
  • Member of Behavioral Intervention Team
  • Member of Title IX team for DCB
  • Services include confidential consultation
  • Brief short term intervention and referral
  • Crisis intervention, education, and awareness to DCB campus on topics related to mental health and drug/alcohol use

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Career Counseling

Related, but not limited to:

  • Assistance in advising students along with faculty for both classes and career options.
  • Conducting and evaluating interest surveys regarding career choices.
  • Assistance with transfer students from Lake Region State College to a four year institution.
  • Assistance with decision making regarding career and life choices.
     

e-CHUG Survey

The e-CHUG Survey  (electronic Check-Up to Go) is an interactive web survey that allows LRSC students to enter information about their drinking patterns and receive feedback about their use of alcohol. The assessment takes about 6-7 minutes to complete, is self-guided, and requires no face-to-face contact time with a counselor or administrator.

When you access the e-CHUG, you are prompted to enter information about yourself. In addition to demographic information, it will ask you to enter information about your drinking habits, family history, and to complete the World Health Organization AUDIT.

Anonymous Analysis

Enter your information and submit the form so it can be validated. processed, and calculated. Responses are compared to national and local college norms. Then, personalized feedback is displayed.

You will not be asked, at any time, to enter your name or any other identifying information.
All the information you enter is completely anonymous and will only be able to be viewed by you.
Information you provide will not affect your standing at this university.

You may be required to show proof of completing the survey if you are required to complete e-CHUG. However, even in these rare cases, officials will NOT have access to your answers that you input during the assessment section of e-CHUG.

Take the e-CHUG survey

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