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University life can be exciting, although some experiences may be difficult to handle. Professional, caring counselors at the Walter Young Center are available to help students sort through problems. The service is free for all Carroll students and is completely confidential.


To schedule an appointment, call the Walter Young Center at 262.524.7335 or e-mail us at and ask to schedule with a personal counselor.


If you are experiencing a mental health crisis when the Walter Young Center is not open, call Public Safety at 262.524.7300.


Angie Brannan MSW, LCSW
Director of Counseling Services, and Therapist
Rachel Vohnoutka, LPC, SAC

Other counseling resources in the community if students want to use their insurance: 


Family Service of Waukesha (Broadway and East Avenue)  262-547-5567

Cornerstone Counseling Services (711 N. Grand Ave.)  262-789-1191

ProHealth Behavioral Health at Waukesha Memorial Hospital 262-928-4036


If a student opts to use the above services they should call the customer service number on their insurance card to verify that their clinician is a network provider.


Business hours are 8 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday.


We are located at 117 Wright Street, just east of the campus center parking lot entrance in the lannon stone house. Please enter at the front door on Wright Street.


Summer hours at the Walter Young Center are 8 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Thursday, and 8am to 12pm on Friday. Counseling appointments will be available during limited hours (Tuesdays and Thursdays).

We provide short-term solution-focused counseling, helping students to gain insight and learn healthier ways of coping with challenges. We offer individual counseling, group counseling, and crisis intervention services during our business hours. We also provide referrals to community providers if longer-term counseling is needed. During your initial appointment, the counselor will help you develop a plan of action that best fits your situation.


Common concerns include, but are not limited to:

  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Drug and alcohol abuse
  • Self-injury
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Homesickness/trouble adjusting to college life
  • Eating disorders/body image concerns
  • Grief
  • Sexual assault
  • Relationship and family concerns


Call the Walter Young Center at 262.524.7335 or e-mail us at with any questions, or to make an appointment with a counselor.