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Counseling Center reception area.

Appointments

Scheduling an appointment

To make an appointment to meet with one of our counselors, please come by the counseling center in person. We are located in The Tinlin House at 65 Valencia Street, next door to the tennis courts.

We ask that you come in person so that we can get some basic information from you to determine what type of appointment is best for you.

We are available to set-up appointments during regular business hours.

Monday-Friday
8AM-12PM and 1PM-5PM

 

How many sessions?

Flagler College Counseling Services is a short-term counseling center. Some students get what they need from one to two sessions. Most typically, students are able to meet their goals in three to six sessions. This goal can be met through individual or group counseling.

If it is determined that you need a higher level of care than we can offer in the counseling center, your counselor will work to refer you to a community provider that better fits your needs.

 

No Show/Cancellation Policy

The Counseling Center is highly utilized and has a No Show/Cancellation policy to maximize access to services. The No Show and Cancellation policy is as follows:

  • If a student decides to cancel or reschedule an appointment, the student must notify the Counseling Center as soon as possible so that another student may be seen at that time.
  • If you do not show/late cancel/or reschedule 2 appointments within a semester without prior approval from your counselor; you will not be able to reschedule an appointment for the remainder of the semester. A referral to the community for services will be made in this instance.
  • If you give less than 24 hrs. notice to cancel or reschedule that is considered a late cancel/reschedule and will count towards your 2 allowed cancellations/reschedules for the semester. Exceptions to this may occur if discussed with a counselor. Conversely, a counselor may elect to not schedule future appointments for a student if at any time the counselor judges that to be the appropriate course of action.