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Students have access to confidential mental health counseling and care. The staff of the Lincoln Memorial University Office of Mental Health Counseling help current students overcome the personal, career, and academic concerns that often stand in the way of them reaching their full potential. The office operates as the primary mental health service for undergraduate, graduate, and professional students enrolled at the University. Counselors provide free, short-term treatment typically lasting between five to eight sessions per semester, however, treatment may extend beyond eight sessions when appropriate. Counseling provides an opportunity for students to explore their unique problems, difficulties and concerns with a licensed mental health professional in a safe and confidential environment. In addition, the office offers crisis intervention and psychoeducation/training for the campus community. In the event that students require long-term counseling or treatment needs exceed the scope of our practice, the counselors will work with students to find appropriate off-campus treatment options. Students who secure services in the community are responsible for paying for those services. Most community providers accept insurance. Some have a sliding scale fee schedule for students who do not have insurance that covers mental health services. Information regarding counseling services is found here.
The law school provides a non-gender specific restroom on the fourth floor. The restrooms are all notated on building maps and are accessible for people with disabilities.
Funding is provided for travel and lodging to conferences and for speakers, and all club activities that serve the club’s purpose.
The school attempts to be welcoming to all LGBTQ+ students, faculty and administrators.