Personal Counseling provides mental health services, including crisis management, individual therapy and assistance in seeking referrals. All appointments can be conducted virtually or in-person. We are located in D-203. For assistance with scheduling, please contact the front desk at (626) 585-7273 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are concerned that this may be life-threatening emergency, please contact Campus Police (626) 585-7484, visit Campus Police in B-210 (above Bookstore) or Dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Our summer hours of operation are Monday through Friday, from 8 am - 4 pm.
After hours, if you are experiencing a mental health emergency, you can text "COURAGE" to 741741 or call (877) 727-4747, to be connected to a supportive service.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been closely monitoring the current outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). This situation may not only affect your physical well-being but also your mental health and overall, psychological well-being. Individuals may experience a wide range of emotional reactions (i.e., fear, anxiety, worry, sadness, grief, anger, etc.) in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, isolation due to quarantine, and uncertainty about the future. These are normal reactions that many people experience. However, to further promote overall health, it is essential to care for your own physical and mental health needs, especially if you are finding that your thoughts and feelings are beginning to interfere with your daily routine, relationships with others, and outlook for the future. Here are some resources that we hope will help you promote your mental health and psychological well-being during the Coronavirus Outbreak:
Meet With A Counselor
We offer free short-term counseling services to current PCC students. Our goal is to help you deal with a particular problem and improve your daily functioning & academic success.
If you are experiencing an emergency or crisis, visit our office immediately if it's during our open hours. Or, call campus police or 911. Find out more about in crisis resources.
Interactive Web Surveys
These surveys will help you to identify, prevent and interrupt sexual violence and find out more about your individual substance intake patterns, your risk patterns, and helpful resources that are available to you.