Lakeland University Counseling Services

Coronavirus update:

Our counselors Alex and Christine are still available to offer various levels of support to our students, depending on location. We may change our services in accordance with new CDC recommendations but for now we can offer phone check-ins and virtual counseling (telemental health.) Please check the Counseling Services page on my.Lakeland for more details.

Lakeland University Counseling Information

Students are encouraged to access the Counseling Center with any concern, however small or large it may seem. Generally speaking, the sooner a situation is discussed the better, even if the student is unsure whether or not the situation is "a real problem." We respect students’ rights to privacy and we strive to respect and understand their unique background and beliefs. 

Please do not provide personal health information by e-mail. We are not able to monitor phones and e-mail 24 hours. In an emergency, please contact campus security at ext. 1126, emergency services (911) or Sheboygan County Mental Health Crisis Line at 920-459-3151.

Counseling Services at Lakeland University

Counseling Services

Schedule a Visit

Campus counselors are available by appointment during the following hours (hours during breaks may vary):

Alex Liosatos LPC, Center Director: Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. To make an appointment, or if you have any questions about the Counseling Center, please email or call 920-565-1034 ext.2388.

Christine Jenkins LPC, Campus Counselor (contracted through Aurora): Wednesdays 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. and Thursdays 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 20-minute walk-in appointments are offered on Wednesdays from 1 p.m. to 4.30 and Fridays 9 to 11.30 a.m. To make an appointment, please email or call 920-565-1034 ext. 2387.

Reach Out

Why Talk With a Counselor?

  • I'm feeling really stressed out.
  • I don't seem to know what I want.
  • I get depressed a lot.
  • I'm thinking of quitting school.
  • There are problems in my family.
  • I'm having trouble with a relationship.
  • I'm just not happy.
  • I've been assaulted recently or in the past.
  • I'm having trouble concentrating on my studies.
  • I really get up-tight about tests, speeches, math, etc.
  • Sometimes I feel overwhelmed by everything.
  • I'm concerned about my eating/my friend's eating patterns.
  • I need to talk about something that has happened to me.
  • I'm concerned about my drinking/my friend's drinking.

Additional Services

Take Advantage of Your Resources

In addition to counseling, the Center offers the following services:

  • Psychological testing
  • Consultation
  • Resource information
  • Workshops and programs
  • Referrals

Helpful Contacts

ServicePhone Number
Mental Health America of Sheboygan920-458-3951
Department of Health and Human Services920-459-6400
Catholic Charities920-458-5726
Lutheran Social Services920-458-4161
Aurora Behavioral Health Services (Sheboygan Clinic)920-457-4461
Prevea Behavioral Care Health920-458-5557
Domestic Violence Crisis Center920-452-7640 or 1-800-499-7640