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Counseling Services: Counselors

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Meet the team! Click on each individual counselor's profile if you would like to learn more.

 

Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

WCTC Counseling Services is committed to creating a safe, welcoming, and affirming environment for all. This includes students who access our services as well as all individuals who are part of our College community.

We view diversity as encompassing intersecting identities, including ethnic/racial identity, nationality, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion/spirituality, socio-economic status, age, ability, and point of view.

We strive to make Counseling Services a safe place where individuals can strengthen their self-acceptance, confidence, and comfort with their own individual identities.

 

 

Jasmin is passionate about helping students to understand their feelings and discover the tools that are already within them to create positive and effective change. Her approach is trauma-informed, safe, open, caring, and empathetic. She primarily uses Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques to encourage students to see the connections between their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Becoming aware of these connections can help students to explore the many options that they have to create positive changes in their lives. Jasmin has many years of experience helping students with a wide variety of presenting concerns.

Jasmin is committed to viewing and supporting diversity as encompassing intersecting identities, including ethnic/racial identity, nationality, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion/spirituality, socio-economic status, age, ability, and point of view.

 

Lori approaches therapy from a holistic stance incorporating the whole person. She helps clients create awareness in each of these areas and focuses her therapy on helping clients learn healthy coping skills/strategies to help address what has brought them to seek help.

Lori is committed to viewing and supporting diversity as encompassing intersecting identities, including ethnic/racial identity, nationality, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion/spirituality, socio-economic status, age, ability, and point of view.

Noelle has experience working with a wide variety of populations and strives to create a safe, supportive environment with clients. Her style is trauma-informed and she utilizes evidence-based practices such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Behavioral Activation, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to help students find balance, learn and apply new skills, and navigate through personal circumstances.  

Noelle is committed to viewing and supporting diversity as encompassing intersecting identities, including ethnic/racial identity, nationality, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion/spirituality, socio-economic status, age, ability, and point of view.

 

Amy provides a safe space for people to bring their whole selves along with whatever they are carrying in their mind and bodies. Amy does this by honoring the various experiences people have based on intersecting identities, including ethnic/racial identity, nationality, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion/spirituality, socio-economic status, age, ability, and point of view.

Amy uses a trauma sensitive lens as well as person-centered and cognitive behavioral strategies. Amy believes each person has their answers inside them and the work of therapy is to help people recognize and use their strengths, incorporating new strategies and skills so they can achieve the experience they are looking for in life.

 

Sofia has found joy in working as a counselor since 1996 and joined the WCTC counseling team in 2011.

Her counseling style is supportive, compassionate, trauma informed, and culturally sensitive. Sofia views diversity as encompassing intersecting identities, including ethnic/racial identity, nationality, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion/spirituality, socio-economic status, age, ability, and point of view.

She utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy to assist students in better understanding their behaviors, thoughts and emotions.  She enjoys working with diverse populations and supporting students while they make meaningful changes in their lives.  Every student has unique strengths. Sofia's passion is in helping students be the best that they can be!

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