College Mental Health Program Student Access Guide

What is the College Mental Health Program?

The College Mental Health Program helps students meet the personal challenges associated with their academic and life goals. Sometimes problems arise that interfere with students’ abilities to do well in college, to continue in classes, and to be emotionally healthy. Personal counseling is provided by advanced graduate school interns under the direct supervision of a licensed psychologist in the Student Health Center and by generalist counselors in the Office of Counseling and Special Programs. These services are free to all currently registered and enrolled students. Our program offers short term counseling for individuals, couples and families, as well crisis intervention counseling. The College Mental Health Program welcomes students of all cultural and ethnic groups, ages, lifestyles, and diverse value systems.

When to Immediately Call Police

  • You or another person is in immediate danger
  • You believe that a student is about to harm her/himself
  • A student is out of control and is distrupting the classroom.

 

Saddleback College Mental Health Team

Maryam Azary Psy.D
General Counseling Services
SSC Room 167
949-582-4682
mazarydehko@saddleback.edu
Tina A. Freeland, Ph.D.
Psychologist & Intern Supervisor
Student Health Center SSC Room 177
949-582-4606
tfreeland@saddleback.edu