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 email@example.com
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 hours of operation for the Spring 2023 semester are the following: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Friday, 8am-4:00pm; Wednesday 8am-6pm
After hours, if you are experiencing a mental health emergency outside of our operating hours, Personal Counseling is able to connect you with a live therapist. Simply call our main office and dial "9" at the prompt to be connected to a therapist who can assist you.
Student Health Portal
The student health portal is your link to managing forms and uploading records to your provider. Use your Lancer login information to sign in.
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.
Since 1950, the Personal Counseling Program has been an integral part of the educational experience at Pasadena City College (PCC) and has been working with students to creatively handle the stresses of college life. We help students learn how to master these challenges to enhance their psychological, interpersonal, educational, and career development while at PCC and long after leaving the campus. We are committed to increasing awareness and knowledge and expanding resources for students to successfully meet and handle the challenges of encountering new ideas, relating to others from diverse backgrounds, and coping with the transitions of adulthood.