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Poole College of Management Embedded Counseling

Explore personal, interpersonal, academic, and professional concerns that may be impacting your well-being with a counselor who knows the demands of the Poole College of Management.

You can meet with the counselor at a location close to your classes — no need to go across campus to the Counseling Center!

Currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students in the Poole College of Management have access to these specialized counseling services through NC State’s Embedded Counseling program.

Your Counselor

Brittney Yetter

Clinician, Poole College of Management

Meet Brittney Yetter, LCMHC

As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Brittney joins Poole College with a myriad of experiences working with concerns such as stress management, anxiety, depression, communication, relationships, grief and cultural concerns.

Through a collaborative effort, Brittney hopes to create a safe space where students can discuss their life experiences and goals for counseling.

Brittney adheres to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance Commitment Therapy based therapeutic approach with a primary focus tailored to the needs of students.


Drop-In Hours

Brittney is available for drop-in support on a weekly basis. Drop-in sessions are highly utilized at NC State and offer an opportunity for a brief, informal conversation with a mental health professional. Common topics in sessions include learning more about counseling services, working through a one-time concern, or learning a coping skill to address a current stressor.

Drop-in sessions are not therapy, though they can be a first step towards discovering and setting up counseling services. To attend, either stop by the front desk in the OUP Suite or sign up via SignUpGenius.


  • Nelson Hall – OUP Suite

Drop-in hours are:

  • Thursdays from 1 – 3 p.m.

Individual Counseling

Schedule one-on-one appointments, based on your availability. 

While Brittney is the embedded counselor for Poole, other counselors on staff are available if you have a preference for a counselor as it relates to gender identity, race, and/or ethnicity. 

Your comfort in is incredibly important and we want to make sure we provide the best therapeutic experience. Note your preference on our “Request for Services” form. If you don’t list any preferences, we will work with you to find a counselor who is a best fit.

Learn how to make an appointment.

Request Training and Outreach Programs

Request mental health and wellness training or outreach programs with the embedded counselor by filling out the outreach request form.