Larimer Campus Mental Health Counseling

Mental Health Counseling

Whether you are facing a difficult life experience, seeking personal growth or looking for improved support and coping, FRCC Mental Health Counseling is here to help.  Our services are provided by licensed professional counselors and are always free and confidential. 

At FRCC we offer all enrolled students mental health counseling services for the duration of their student experience.  Together we will assess what services and resources would be most helpful.  If a student’s needs fall outside of the scope of our services, we will provide referrals to community providers.  

FRCC Mental Health Counseling is deeply committed to creating a welcoming, supportive space in which you can be truly seen and valued in your entirety.  For those whose experiences of marginalization and oppression add extra layers of distress and trauma – you and all of your identities are welcome here. 

If you need immediate services please call the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988 or go to the nearest emergency room or urgent care center. 

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Who We Are

Kathleen Strong

(she / her / hers)

Kathleen Strong LPC

EMDR Trained Counselor


Kathleen is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling from the University of Northern Colorado.  Her treatment approach is eclectic, and she works to meet client needs by utilizing Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy and mindfulness based strategies which are well suited for working with anxiety and depression.  She is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), a structured therapy found effective in addressing trauma. She enjoys facilitating the Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy group and finds ways to incorporate this into her approach.  She is passionate about Equity and Inclusion, serves on the Larimer Campus Diversity Committee and strives to offer counseling services that reflect these values.

Kathleen Strong

(she / her / hers)

Jacinda Chamberlain

Counseling Intern


Jacinda is a Counseling Intern currently working toward a Master of Arts in Counseling and Career Development from Colorado State University. Her approach to treatment is an eclectic style focused on the needs of each individual with influences from person-centered and cognitive behavioral approaches. She is passionate about working with a diverse range of populations. Jacinda's training and experience enables her to treat a wide range of mental health concerns within individual counseling and group therapy settings.

Emergency Resources

  • If you are in danger or believe someone else to be in danger, call 911 or go immediately to the nearest emergency room.
  • SummitStone Health Partners - Call our Local 24/7 Crisis Line 970.494.4200 ext. 4
  • Call 988 - Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

Additional Resources

Student Resources

National, State, & Community Resources

Our Offices of Student Life have compiled a list of resources, encompassing National, State, and community resources. The document is live and will be updated regularly.