Student psychological Services
Tour GuideJasmine Gonzalez
Interview with the assistant to the director of the psychology office! She explains all the resources they offer.
The following is an computer-generated summary of the video transcript.
This is another great resource and office on campus that I want to make sure you guys are familiar with. I'm here with my friend and she is going to introduce herself. I am the assistant to the director here at the Student Health and Psychological Services. Please explain what the Students Psychological Services Office does for students. So here at student Psychological Services, we have individual counseling for our students who are in need of counseling one on one counseling for any particular reason. Um, it could be if you're having some sort of anxiety or depression, could be loss of a loved one relationship issues anything that might affect your mental health and being affecting your work here on campus. Then that's a reason why you might want to come and see us also. Can I be able to come in and talk with someone? So right now we have what we have you come into the office so we don't do any phone appointments. Everybody who would like to have an appointment needs to come into the office. They need to fill out a form for us, which is an intake form, because this some information about the student, and then it also provides us with their availability for appointments, and then we give them a call back as soon as an appointment is available within their times. For the students, is there a maximum number of times that they can meet with professionals? So what you need to know is that we are short term therapy, so we're not some We're not a therapy that you're going to be able to have the whole time. You're here as a student, but with that being said, um, there's no exact limitations. It's going to really depend on what the situation is, why you're here and how many therapy sessions your provider thinks it's going to take to get you into a good spot. Thank you so much for your Well, there you guys go there. It's a very open office, and you're free to use it if you become a D a student by.