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The Lakeland College Counseling Center is staffed by a licensed psychologist and a licensed counselor who are experienced professionals with a special interest in working with college students. Our services are available and free to students currently enrolled in classes.
Cary Knier, Psy.D. is the Director of Counseling Services. She is a licensed psychologist who specializes in working with young adults and children. Cary is a Lakeland College graduate and earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology here. She also attended the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology in Minneapolis where she earned a Doctorate of Psychology Degree in Clinical Psychology. Cary completed an internship at Mendota Mental Health Institute and Catholic Charities in Madison. She has taught undergraduate and graduate psychology courses at Lakeland.
Cary is available to counsel students for a broad range of problems including depression, anxiety, relationships, and school related problems. Her office is in Brotz Hall and she is available Monday-Thursday 8-4:30. Please call 920-565-1527 or email her at email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
Cary enjoys reading, doing yoga, playing the flute, and spending time with her husband, Tony, their daughter, Addison, and their dog, Benny. Please stop by Brotz Hall to say "Hi" to Cary and her dog Benny.
Alex is a Master's Level Counselor with a background in Social Anthropology and International Affairs. She has worked as a counselor in a variety of settings, and is currently providing mental health services at Novo Counseling and BridgePoint Health in Sheboygan. Alex co-facilitates a weekly group for teen girls, and has also facilitated groups for depression, stress, and problem-solving. Alex is a graduate of the Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) program at Lakeland's Kellett School and is now an adjunct instructor there. Alex enjoys working with college students from all backgrounds and locations. She is an immigrant from Great Britain, but traveled extensively before settling in the USA, living and working in Europe, Africa, and Asia.
Alex is available on Fridays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to provide a sympathetic ear, to help with a specific problem, or to suggest some stress-busting techniques during a difficult semester. Stop by Brotz Hall to say hi, or call/e-mail to make an appointment..