I am offering HIPPA Compliant sessions through tele-health due to COVID-19 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 email@example.com 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 North and South Campus as well as the Valentine, Broken Bow, Ogallala, Imperial Campuses as I offer HIPPA compliant Behavioral Tele-health sessions. I am looking forward to working with you. I am trained in EMDR, EAGALA, TF-CBT, CPP and other Evidenced Based Psychotherapies. My office is located at NPCC on the South Campus in Room 109 (which is behind the Welcome Center) and my phone is 535-3722. My private practice is located in Platte River Counseling Professionals at 409 N Jeffers St. North Platte NE 308-532-5565 Ext. 1 My hours at North Platte Community College are as follows: Mondays: 8:00am-2:00pm pm Tuesdays: 8:00am-12:00pm Wednesdays: 8:00am-11:00am Thursdays: 8:00am-10:30am Fridays and other times by appointment please call 308-532-5565 Ext. 1
I am available also to do 5-10 minute lessons on coping skills/grounding skills/ depression/anxiety and to work with faculty and staff to meet their needs please just call 308-535-3722, 308-532-5565 Ext 1 or use the electronic referral form to contact myself. I am available to North Platte Campuses, Valentine or Broken Bow Campuses. I offer HIPPA compliant Behavioral Tele-health sessions as well. As students in the MPCC family you receive 7 free individual sessions per semester, as well as unlimited group sessions. I look forward to meeting, working with and assisting you!
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.