Olivia Egan, M.Ed., LPC
Suicide Prevention Coordinator
Mrs. Egan received her Masters Degree in Professional Counseling in 2011 from the University of Georgia. She has experience working in community mental health agencies and served as the counselor/ disability service provider at East Georgia State College’s Statesboro campus for two years. Mrs. Egan joined the GSU Counseling Center staff in February of 2015. Her clinical interests include developing life skills, relational concerns, and healing for survivors of sexual assault. Her therapeutic style is influenced by interpersonal therapies and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy; she utilizes tools from Dialectical Behavior Therapy. She is a certified Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Responder.
Favorite Food: Anything chocolate, especially dark chocolate. My cousins made fun of me at family holidays growing up because I ate a small plate of “regular food” to save room for a big plate of my grandma’s chocolate cake. I have priorities.
Most Embarrassing Moment: I manage to humiliate myself frequently. Just one example: I fell flat while walking UP the stairs in the midst of a swirling crowd at a student learning center.
Where Would You Travel with a Week’s Paid Vacation?: Hard to choose. I had the amazing opportunity to study abroad at Oxford University in college, and I would love to be magically transported back to spend a week reading and exploring.
Last updated: 1/24/2017