Counseling Services

The Center for Student Success / Counseling Services would like to welcome you to our website. Our mission is to empower our students to define and achieve their personal, social and educational goals. This is accomplished primarily through the following services: individual counseling, workshops, educational programming, outreach services, support groups, chat room and referrals. We would like to encourage you to learn more about us and participate in our services. Our services promote holistic student development, are sensitive to cultural diversity, and respect the student's right to privacy. 

 Electronic mail
For general information about Counseling Services you can email the department contact: Debbie Fobbs or call (937) 512-3032

For academic advising information contact: or by calling the main line at (937) 512-3700.

 Counseling Services

The major function of the Center for Student Success/Counseling Services exist to provide services which support students as they pursue their academic goals and promote students' academic and personal development.

Personnel includes two full time counselors, one part-time counselor and one part-time program coordinator  who provide support and guidance to assist persons with personal, academic and career decisions

Within the Center for Student Success - Counseling Services offers a wide range of services that help students achieve personal and professional growth and academic success: 

  1. Individual counseling sessions are available to assist the student with
    • Academic Concerns
      • Test & Math Anxiety
      • Motivation
      • Procrastination
    • Personal - (which includes):
      • Anxiety
      • Eating Disorders
      • Physical Abuse/Domestic violence
      • Depression
      • Self-Esteem
      • Family Conflict
      • Loss & Grief Issues
      • Attention Deficient
      • Adjusting to Stressors
      • Relationship Problems
      • Anger Management
    • professional
    • career-related concerns 
  2. Assessments and intakes are provided at no cost to Sinclair students including learning style, anxiety and depression screening, career and personal interest assessments.
  3. Counseling Services also offers workshops, support groups and programs which addresses issues of personal enrichment, time management, stress management, coping with fears and anxiety, study skills, alcohol and drug abuse, goal setting, entry/re-entry to work world, career decision-making, values clarification, and family/relationships.  All counseling services are free, confidential and available on a walk-in basis or by appointment.
  4. A comprehensive community referral system is available to direct students to off-campus agencies for additional assistance.
  5. Drug-Free Workplace and  Drug-Free College Policy