Appointments

Appointments can be made by contacting the Counseling and Campus Wellness office at 307.778.4397.

Preparing for Your First Appointment

After scheduling your appointment, please complete the intake online at any campus computer, print and fill out the disclosure form, and email it to afelkerFREELARAMIE prior to your appointment. If you would prefer to fill out your paperwork in our office, please let staff know when making your initial appointment; you will need 15 to 20 minutes to complete all forms. Reminder you must wear a mask to your in-person appointment or while on campus. If you are under the age of 18, you will need parental consent unless you are experiencing a mental health emergency.  

Fall Semester Hours During COVID-19

Counseling and Campus Wellness will be open Monday-Friday
8 a.m.- 5 p.m. (excluding holidays and breaks).
CCW will offer virtual appointments only Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
Tuesday and Thursday staff will be available for in-person appointments 
Same-day appointments are will be available by calling 307.778.4397 
* Virtual appointments are recommended at this time. If you do not have access to a safe place or the technology to conduct a virtual appointment please let our staff know when making an appointment and we can discuss further options

Summer Semester Hours

Monday-Friday
7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
(excluding holidays)
 
If you have a crisis, please refer to our Crisis Intervention info.

Confidentiality

The Counseling and Campus Wellness staff adheres to the American Counseling Association and the National Association of Social Work Code of Ethics. Counselors maintain accepted professional standards of confidentiality. No personal counseling information is to be released to those outside of the Counseling and Campus Wellness office without your explicit written authorization. Exceptions to confidentiality may be made under the following circumstances:

  • If it is deemed necessary to protect you or another person from imminent physical or psychological danger
  • In cases of child abuse
  • In those situations when the courts subpoena Counseling Services records
  • If a counselor receives information that a client has a communicable and fatal disease, he/she is justified in disclosing information to an identifiable third party who by his/her relationship with the client is at a high risk of contracting the disease.