Due to the college not having classes on campus due to COVID-19 I am offering HIPPA Compliant sessions through tele-health for all students enrolled in Mid-Plains Community College for either North Platte Campuses, Valentine and Broken Bow, Ogallala or Imperial Campuses. Change can create stress and/or depression or other adjustment issues if struggling please complete the attached form and send to Jenee Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be glad to contact you regarding getting tele-health started. Please make sure you include your phone number (cell) and an email on the form. I am eagerly waiting to meet and assist the students at North Platte Community College. I am looking forward to working with you. I am trained in EMDR, EAGALA, CF-CBT, CPP and other Evidenced Based Psychotherapies. To come meet me, my office is located on South Campus in Room 109 and my phone is 535-3722. My hours at North Platte Community College are as follows: Mondays: 8:00am-3:00pm pm Tuesdays: 8:00am-2:00pm and 4:00pm-6:00pm Thursdays: 2:00am-4:00pm Fridays: by appointment
I am available to also come to the North Campus to see students, please just call 308-535-3722 and schedule for either North or South Campus. If you would prefer to not meet on campus at all then please feel free to ask about scheduling at my private practice office located at Platte River Counseling Professionals at 409 N. Jeffers Street North Platte NE Phone: 308-532-5565 extension 1
North Platte Community College Counseling Goals are: *To help students adjust, succeed, and consistently build confidence in themselves socially, emotionally, professionally, and academically *To provide trauma informed care to all students *To be a resource to all students to assist in reduction of distress, improve communication, improve relationships, boundaries, and confidence. *To provide education on addiction, substance use disorders, alcohol issues/education in a respectful, safe, open, non-judgmental, and honest way. *To provide education and awareness regarding issues/concerns college students experience and to make appropriate referrals for on-going therapy as needed.