CSI Counseling Services supports the academic and student development missions of the College of Southern Idaho. We assist students as they work through the career decision making process as well as personal adjustments so they can take full advantage of the educational opportunities offered by the college.
CSI participates in statewide assessments of the emotional, physical and social health of our students, and utilizes this information in campus activity programming and design of services. More information about the National College Health Assessment can be found at link to new page.
CSI Counselors are part of the CSI Threat Assessment and Consultation Team (TACT) for proactive response to student and campus safety concerns. More information can be found at http://www.csi.edu/tact/
Personal Counseling: Our goal is to create a safe, supportive and affirming environment for all students. Occasionally, students encounter difficulties which challenge their coping skills and undermine their success in academic and personal endeavors. Such difficulties might include academic struggles, relationship problems, depression, anxiety, alcohol or substance misuse, eating problems, and more. Our services provide brief counseling therapy to help students make satisfying career and life choices.
Counseling Services are located upstairs on the East side of the Taylor Building, in Room 268. We are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (including over the noon hour). Please call 732-6260 or drop by our office for further information or to schedule an appointment. We have Licensed Professional Counselors on staff as well as Master's Counseling Interns, and appointments are available weekdays and weekday evenings.
|Carol Vanhoozer, M.Ed., LPC
Phone: (208) 732-6260
|Kate Q. Woods, M.S., LPC
Phone: (208) 732-6303