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Counselling services

Many people find help by talking to their friends, family, or faculty and staff in their university. There are times in life when students may feel overwhelmed or stressed out about something. When you feel your own efforts and personal resources are not enough to better manage your life or reduce your stress, it makes sense to seek counseling. The services are available to all undergraduate and graduate students. We attempt to help with a variety of psychological concerns related to personal, emotional, developmental, social, and academic issues or refer you to other services outside of university community.

To make an appointment or get more information regarding counseling services Fill out the counseling form or call +370 650 97297 in case of a psychological emergency. If you are unable to attend an appointment, please let us know as early as possible. We accommodate all personal and academic commitments, but the more flexible you can be in terms of availability, the more likely you are to be seen sooner.

What to expect?

Meeting with a counselor doesn’t need to be scary. Fill out a form with your concern and a professional from LCC will meet with you to start a conversation and create a program specific to you in order to help. Counseling can help in different ways--one-on-one, group mentoring, resources and accountability.

Emergency contacts

For Emergency Situations: If others you are concerned about or you are in a severe and life-threatening situation, please bypass the following information and immediately call Emergency #112. For severe psychological crises you must also inform Student Counselor Ina Kamaityte +370 650 97297.

Self-help for students

There are many ways to strengthen your emotional health by utilizing online resources. Often wellness begins through an understanding of our own experiences. There are several online anonymous screenings that can be helpful in recognizing what you may be going through. Please note that these screenings are NOT a substitute for a careful assessment and diagnosis done by a mental health care professional. We encourage you to schedule an appointment with your doctor or a mental health professional if these symptoms are interfering with your daily life.

Anonymous screenings


  • Breathing Zone - this app provides guided breathing exercises  Google Play
  • CBT-i Coach  - a structured program to help improve sleep and alleviate the symptoms of insomnia  Google Play or App Store 
  • Mindshift  - based on Cognitive Behavioral therapy (CBT) strategies to help you relax, utilize more effective ways of thinking and take charge of your anxiety  Google store
  • Moodnotes  - a tool to help you track your mood, become aware of thinking traps and grow in well-being. Based on the principles of CBT  App Store
  • Headspace - a tool that includes guided meditations and mindfulness techniques to help relax and gain anxiety relief  App Store,  Google Play 
  • Sanvello  - an app for stress, anxiety and depression, based on CBT  App StoreGoogle Play
  • Smiling minds  - meditation app  App Store, Google Play
  • Stop Breathe and Think  - a mindfulness app that provides guided relaxation and breathing exercises to help you de-stress and lower anxiety  Google Play
  • Virtual Hope Box  - an app that gives provides you with tools to cope, relax, distract or inspire when facing stress or anxiety  App Store, Google Play
  • Moodnotes  - a tool to help you track your mood, become aware of thinking traps and grow in well-being.  Based on the principles of CBT App Store
  • Sanvello  - an app for stress, anxiety and depression, based on CBT  App Store or Google Play
  • Virtual Hope Box -  an app that gives provides you with tools to cope, relax, distract or inspire when facing stress or anxiety or depression  App Store, Google Play