The Counseling Center


Smith Hall, 1st Floor, Rooms 107 &127
601 Broad Street, Lagrange, Ga. 30240
Hours/Days of Operation: Monday - Friday
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Office Phone: 706-880-8269
Fax: 706-880-8013

Services of Counseling

  • Addiction
  • Anger Management
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Group Counseling
  • Homesick
  • Learning Disabilities  Accommodations
  • Personal Counseling
  • Study Skills
  • Time Management
  • Test Anxiety

Learning Disabilities Accommodations

All students (full or part-time) with a disability who provide appropriate documentation are eligible to receive accommodations and services for academic classes and college sponsored activities and events.  In order to receive accommodations, documentation must be on file with Pamela Tremblay in the Counseling Center.

General Guidelines for all Documentation

Must be from a professional  licensed  professional in which the area is  diagnosed. .

 Current(no more than 4 years old).

Identifies  the disability(DSM-IV or V) and provides a clear statement of the diagnosis and suggestions.


Confidentiality is an essential part of our counseling process. All aspects of your participation in counseling services at the Counseling Center which including the scheduling of appointments, content of counseling sessions, and any records that we keep, are confidential as outlined by ACA codes of ethics and the federal and state law.  There are limitations of confidentiality which includes indications of harming oneself or other.

Mission of Counseling Center

To maintain a welcoming and confidential atmosphere while providing academic personal growth development and short-term counseling. The Counseling Center assists in attaining accommodations for students with physical, mental and learning disabilities and helps students successfully create both short and long term goals towards their academic, personal, and career objectives. 

Director of Counseling Center ​

Pamela Tremblay, Ph.D., EdS, LPC, NCC

Pamela Tremblay is a licensed professional counselor that is nationally certified. Pamela holds a doctorate degree in Holistic Health and Nutrition along with multiple degrees in Counseling & Psychology. Her mission is to empower and support our students in making healthy choices that lead to success both inside and outside the classroom. Pamela's coaching and counseling style has evolved into a holistic approach that focuses on all aspects of an individual. She is also an EMDR trained specialist and can help students who have experienced trauma.

Learning Disabilities Coordinator

Brandi Cameron, EdS, LPCS

Brandi Cameron is a licensed professional counselor. Brandi holds multiple degrees in Counseling & Psychology. Her mission is to advocate, motivate, and support all students, colleagues, and LaGrange College community. Brandi's counseling style integrates a variety of approaches to serve the diverse student population.