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Lebanon Valley College
Counseling Services
Shroyer Health Center (2nd floor)
Monday–Friday (8 a.m-4:30 p.m.)

5050 Peer Helpers
717-868-5050 or


The counseling center has a full-time licensed psychologist and a part-time licensed clinical social worker on staff that are able to provide individual, couples, and group therapy to undergraduates using a short term model. Medication evaluations by a consulting psychiatrist are also available.

5050 Peer Helpers

The 5050 Peer Helpers for 2014–15 are students Darryl Sweeper '15Brittany Brubaker '16, and Vidya Lala '17. They are available by phone (717-868-5050), email (, or walk-in appointments in Counseling Services, 2nd floor Shroyer Health Center. Students utilize the one-on-one meetings with Peer Helpers to discuss such issues as long distance relationships, academic concerns, and social anxiety.


  Darryl Sweeper
  Year: Senior
  Major: Psychology
  Minor: Communications
  Hometown: Reading, PA
  Interests/Hobbies: Track, football, and walks in the park
  Fun Fact: I have a koala named Bentley and he hates chocolate too.
  Brittany Brubaker
  Year: Junior
  Major: Physical Therapy
  Hometown: Manheim, PA
  Interests/Hobbies: Shopping, reading, going to the beach, photography,
  and sports
  Fun Fact: I eat pizza almost every day.
  Vidya Lala
  Year: Sophomore
  Major: Biology, Pre-Medicine
  Minor: Chemistry
  Hometown: Mechanicsburg, PA
  Interests/Hobbies: soccer, singing in the shower, and reading everything
  and anything I can get my hands on
  Fun Fact: I was born in South Africa!


OASIS (Overcoming Awkward Situations in School) is a social, supportive group that is facilitated each Saturday from 6-7 p.m. by the 50/50 Peer Helpers. They cover topics such as building relationships, confronting others, coping with stress, reading social cues, and how to relax. The group encourages any student to come that has difficulty connecting with others in the classroom or in their social life.

Educational Outreach
Peer Helpers are available to provide educational programming to various student groups including RA’s, Greeks, and Athletes by calling 868-5050 or email ( to schedule. They are available to present on Alcohol and Drug Education, Sexual Assault Prevention, and Suicide Prevention. 50/50 Peer Helpers attend all Counseling Services Events such as Eating Disorder Awareness, Vagina Monologues, Health Screenings, and DeStress Breaks.