Counseling Services


Traditional students at Central Baptist College are able to take advantage of student health services provided by the student health fee that is paid each semester. Student health services provided on campus include mental health counseling and health services provided by an Advanced Practice Nurse.
 

Counseling Center

Central Baptist College began offering counseling services to traditional students in March of 2005. The Counseling Center is available to students free of charge on a limited basis and may refer students to community mental health agencies off campus if needed. The cost associated with receiving mental health services off campus will be the responsibility of the student.
 

Confidentiality and Professionalism

Relationships between clients and therapist are developed in a legal and ethical manner. Christian principles are the foundation of the work of the therapist, and beliefs of each individual are respected.
 
 

Office Location and Hours

The office is located in the Cooper Complex, JC 115. Regular office hours will be:

Mrs. Leah Chapman:  Tuesdays from 1 pm - 5 pm or by appointment.
      
Dr. Larry Henderson:  Wednesday 9 am - 5 pm or by appointment.

 

Scheduling Appointments

For general inquiries or to schedule an appointment, please call (501) 205-8812. Therapy sessions are approximately one hour.
 
 

Services Provided

Quality therapy is provided for individuals with a variety of presenting issues. These issues include the following, as well as others:  
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Substance abuse
  • Death and loss issues
  • Sexual abuse survivors
  • Domestic violence

Counselor: Dr. Larry Henderson
Phone: 501-205-8812
Email: lhenderson@cbc.edu

Councelor: Mrs. Leah Chapman
Phone:  501-205-8812
E-mail:  lchapman@cbc.edu