Counseling Center

The Counseling Center serves all enrolled PC&TC students. Costs are covered through tuition and student fees, so there are no "out-of-pocket" expenses. 

The Counseling Center provides professional assistance to students experiencing a variety of personal and social problems. The staff consists of professionals trained in clinical practice and counseling.
Students come to the Counseling Center for a variety of reasons.  If you are in distress or if life is not working out the way you planned, it has been shown to be very beneficial to speak to someone about it. Some common concerns include:
- Adjusting to college life
- Transitioning into or out of college
- Stress
- Family problems
-Feeling sad or depressed
-Feeling anxious or overwhelmed
-Problems with drugs or alcohol use
-Identity issues (sexuality, gender, race, religion, disability)
-Concerns about sexual assault
Benefits of counseling include increased self-awareness, maximizing potential and making the college experience more productive and meaningful.
Appointments can be made by email to, telephone (304) 333-3661,
or in person at Suite 316 Turley Center.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
For self-help information, click on the links below:



If you are involved in any type of crisis, or you become aware of another student involved in a crisis:

Monday through Friday 8:00-4:00: you can come directly to the Counseling Center or call us at (304) 333-3661 to obtain help from an on-site counselor.

For an after-hours mental health crisis that does not involve physical danger, please utilize a local or national crisis line for assistance.

After-hours and Emergency Resources:

  • WV Suicide & Crisis Hotline: 1-800-SUMMIT-0
  • Valley Health Care: 1-800-232-0020
  • FGH Emergency Room: (304) 367-7456
  • 1-800-SUICIDE or 1-800-273-TALK
  • 1-877-YOUTHLINE
  • Trevor Project (LBGTQ): 1-866-488-7386
  • 911
  • IMALIVE.ORG (online crisis network)

For a mental health crisis that requires physical assistance,
calling campus security (304) 367-4357, 911, or going to a local hospital's Emergency Department is recommended.


Contact Info

Turley Student Services Center
Suite: 316
Phone: (304) 333-3661
TTY: (304) 367-4906

Suzan Walsh Clemens, PhD
Licensed Psychologist