We care about your success and quality of life. Through Sheridan College (SC) Counseling Services, we provide holistic and confidential mental health services. We strive to educate, empower, and support students to promote personal, interpersonal, professional, and academic growth. Information disclosed in session is held to the American Counseling Association’s standard of confidentiality.

Counseling services at Sheridan College offer individual, couples, and group counseling to all students. Individuals in counseling must be enrolled at SC. We offer consultations, referrals, and crisis intervention.

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Services Provided

Crisis Intervention
If a crisis occurs, the counselor can assist the person in the use of problem solving and stress management skills to regain a sense of control and return to their prior level of healthy functioning.

Community Referrals
Community referrals will be provided for those needing intensive counseling, drug/alcohol evaluations, long-term counseling, or psychiatric medical services.

If a student, parent of a student (with appropriate release of information), faculty, or staff are unsure of how to support a student with mental health-related concerns, free consultations are available. If more assistance is needed, an appropriate referral will be provided.

Presentations, workshops, and awareness events are offered to discuss mental health related issues. Workshops and consultations may be requested at any time.

If you are in an emergency situation, please call 911

Outreach Services

Sheridan Behavioral Health Services
VOA Northern Rockies: 307-672-0475
One Health Sheridan: 307-674-6995

Sheridan Advocacy and Resource Center Crisis Line (Domestic violence/sexual assault crisis line): 307-672-3222

Johnson County Emergency Contacts
VOA Northern Rockies: 307-684-9076; for emergencies, please call 911.

Johnson County Family Crisis Center (Domestic violence/sexual assault crisis line): 307-684-2233

National Emergency Contacts
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
Text/Phone/Chat: Dial 988 on your phone

Crisis Text Line:
Text 741741

National Hotline Numbers
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233
National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-4673
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: Call 988; Text 988; Chat https://988lifeline.org/chat/

Uwill Student Mental Health & Wellness

What is Uwill?
Uwill is the leading mental health and wellness solution for colleges and students. Uwill provides free immediate access to teletherapy, and mental health crisis support for Sheridan College students.

If you are facing a mental health emergency, call 833-646-1526 to reach one of Uwill’s licensed therapists trained in crisis response. This service is available 24/7/365.

For medical emergencies, please call 911.

Who do I reach out to for technical assistance?
Uwill provides 24/7 technical support by email support@uwill.com or by phone at 833-998-9455.

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Shaynie McRae, MS, LPC

Counseling and ADA Services Coordinator
1 Whitney Way
Sheridan, WY 82801
Office: W156