Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counseling (ADAC) • Midland College Behavioral Health Center (MCBHC)

Midland College Behavioral Health Center
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The MCBHC is a component of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling (ADAC) Program at Midland College. The purpose of the MCBHC is to serve Midland College students/faculty/staff/Permian Basin Community members that may be having difficulties in their lives. The MCBHC is a teaching clinic that allows ADAC Practicum Students to gain valuable clinical experience in applying the counseling process through a strict supervisory process. The MCBHC is available for a variety of services. These services include and may not be limited to the following:

 · Substance abuse counseling
 · Individual counseling
 · Family counseling
 · Couples and relationship counseling
 · Mental health counseling
 · Behavioral counseling

If you or someone you know could benefit from such services, please contact the MCBHC or refer to the MCBHC. It is our mission to provide outreach services to not only Midland College, but to the Permian Basin Community as a whole.

The MCBHC is located on the Midland College main campus in Portable Building 6A, which is between the tennis courts and the Physical Education building. MCBHC services are provided during to the following days & times:

Mondays 1-5
Tuesdays 1-5
Wednesdays 1-4
Thursdays 1-4

Midland College employees and students are charged a flat rate of $10.00 per session.

Stacie Goran, M.A., LPC-Intern, LCDC
MCBHC Clinical Director

Chesly Herd, M. Ed, LPC-Supervisor, LCDC
ADAC Program Chair


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 For more information about the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Program, contact:

 Chesly Herd  Program Director
 Rm 128 • Abell Hanger Science Faculty Building
 (432) 685-4729