The McClammy Counseling and Research Laboratory (MCRL) is an on-campus counseling instruction space (Ragsdale 118, 118A and 120) that is used to provide individual and group counseling, consultation and as a hub for outreach development for students in the ECU community. The services provided in this counseling laboratory are distinctly different from services provided through the Center for Counseling and Student Development. The services provided through the Beacon program are intended to help connect students referred from offices in Student Affairs, the Academic Advising Collaborative, and the Office of Student Transitions and First Year Programs for the purpose of initial consultations and sessions to assist the student-clients with connecting to appropriate resources available on campus and in the surrounding communities. Individual students who self-refer to the Beacon program strictly for individual mental health counseling services will be referred to the Center for Counseling and Student Development.
We encourage all ECU Students who are interested in becoming better connected to the campus community or who are having difficulty connecting their academics, personal/social and/or career planning components of student life to utilize the resources offered through the McClammy Counseling and Research Lab. If you or someone you know would benefit from working with a student-counselor in the clinic, please feel free to submit a referral using the links in this site’s sidebar.
If you have any questions, need more info or would like one of the Student Directors for the clinic to come and speak with your class or student group, please feel free to contact Allison Crowe, the Faculty Clinic Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.