Psychological Services help you and are committed to supporting your academic success and personal development. A full-time clinical psychologist and 3 psychology graduate interns are available for students who would like help with personal problems. We offer short-term counseling for students who are struggling with issues such as family and social relationships, romantic relationships, life transitions, sexuality, grief, stress, trauma, anxiety, or depression.
Some of the other services we provide are:
- Crisis Intervention
- Workshops & Outreach Programs
- Faculty & Staff Consultations
- Group Counseling
- Outside Referrals
All services are confidential and free to enrolled students. Appointments are recommended.
For an appointment or for more information call: (562) 908-3438
Individual counseling services are designed for students who can benefit from short-term counseling. Counseling is provided by Dr. Denna Sanchez, Coordinator of Psychological Services and graduate interns under close supervision by Dr. Sanchez. Individual counseling services are designed for students who can benefit from short-term counseling. If the situation requires longer-term counseling or possible medication management, the student will likely be referred to an off-campus resource.
Group counseling provides a safe environment for you to learn more about yourself and your interactions with others. Each semester we offer a variety of groups including, women’s issues and stress management. A brief screening with the group leader(s) may be required prior to becoming a member. If you are interested in group counseling, come in or call to schedule a screening appointment.
*Most groups are held at the Student Health & Psychological Services, SS230.