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Mental Health

Welcome

We are a team of professionals on San Diego Mesa College campus that are here to help. Student Health Services is a safe and private place to talk with a Mental Health Professional about your concerns. We provide brief/short term mental health services for issues including: stress, anxiety, depression, life changing adjustments, loneliness, relationship struggles, managing current behavioral conditions, questions about identity, and/or other issues to currently enrolled students at no cost.

Resources

KOGNITO
California community college staff/faculty and students can enroll for FREE in interactive, online trainings. Learn how to help a student in distress and specifics ways to help LGBTQIA students and veterans returning to campus. Student and staff versions available for all three.

Kognito for College Students
At-Risk for College Students is an evidence-based online program that utilizes virtual humans in order to improve emotional wellness and safety on campus. Kognito is a program designed to teach participants how to recognize signs of psychological distress in a fellow student and allows them to practice, through role-play conversations, how to approach at-risk students and how to connect them with resources on and off campus.

To take the course, follow the instructions below:

Kognito for Faculty and Staff
At-Risk for College Faculty and Staff is an online professional development simulation designed to help faculty and staff build confidence, knowledge, and skills to best support students exhibiting signs of psychological distress.

Mesa College highly recommends that you take this 45 minute course, which is already in use at hundreds of colleges and universities.

View a short video of At-Risk for Faculty & Staff: http://vimeo.com/35019671

Additional courses are available including: LGBTQ on Campus for Faculty and Staff as well as Veterans on Campus for Faculty and Staff.

To take the course, follow the instructions below:


 

Ulifeline

The Self Evaluator was developed for ULifeline by Duke University School of Medicine and screens for thirteen of the most common mental health conditions that college students face. This screening does not provide a diagnosis, but identifies problems that could be impacting thoughts, feelings and behaviors. The screening process also provides information on these conditions and how to reach out for help.



Finding Balance by exploring the 6 Dimensions of Wellness: Emotional, Spiritual, Social, Physical, Financial and Academic

https://cvc.edu/wellness/


 

forms

  1. Tele-health Informed Consent
  2. Informed Consent
  3. Student Health Services Intake
  4. Release of Information form FROM Mesa
  5. Release of Information form TO Mesa
  6. Counseling Referrals