Counseling at Clark College
Clark College Counselors are available to help students and prospective students make changes that will enable them to achieve success in their personal, academic, and professional lives. Our goal is to assist students to develop a strong sense of self, clarify their values, interests, skills and personality style, and take steps to match these personal attributes to compatible work environments.
Carole Mackewich has been counseling and teaching at Clark College since 1985. She received her Masters Degree in Educational Psychology (College Counseling) from the University of Washington, and offers short-term career development and personal counseling that is supportive and non-judgmental. Carole's focus in counseling is on exploring and challenging the faulty thinking patterns that create a barrier to achieving personal and professional goals. She is a member of the American Counseling Association, National Career Development Association, and the Association for Psychological Type.