COUNSELING SERVICES DIVISION
We all have our share of problems. Sometimes these problems interfere with our ability to do well in college, sometimes they interfere with our ability to continue in class, and sometimes they interfere with our emotional well-being.
College life offers many new experiences and challenges. This can be an exciting time in your life. It can also be a stressful time if you, or someone you know, feels overwhelmed. Sometimes problems interfere with our emotional well-being. As a result, our ability to continue with classes or do well in college will diminish.
Personal Counseling is available on campus from professionally trained counselors and psychologists who can help you find solutions. These services are free to all currently enrolled students. All counseling appointments are private and confidential. Our program offers short-term counseling, as well as crisis intervention counseling. The Counseling Program welcomes students of all cultural and ethnic groups, ages, lifestyles, and diverse value systems.
Generalist Counselors may help students with:
Advanced graduate school interns under the direct supervision of a licensed psychologist will provide:
Mental Health Program
On-line information for self assessments, on-campus, and off-campus referrals.
This website offers information and a series of self-assessments on mental health issues. If your score on any of the inventories is elevated, please contact the Student Health Center or the Counseling Department for a personal counseling appointment.
REMEMBER COUNSELING WORKS!
2-1-1 Orange County offers a comprehensive information and referral system linking Orange County residents to community health and human services and support. Callers seeking assistance can dial 211 (toll-free) 24 hours-a-day and be connected to trained, multilingual Information and Referral specialists. Simply put, 2-1-1 is to health and human services what 9-1-1 is to emergency services. 2-1-1 Orange County also serves as a crucial public information system during local emergencies such as earthquake, fire or other disaster.
In the event of a crisis, contact the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT):
Student Health Center............................. (949) 582-4606