Counseling and Mental Health Services
Mesa College's Student Health Services provides a safe and private place
for you to discuss your mental health concerns with a caring professional. Make an
appointment to receive free, one-on-one counseling for issues including stress, anxiety,
depression, loneliness, questions about identity, and other issues you may be experiencing.
Why Should I See A Counselor?
At Mesa College, counseling services are free because we believe all students
should have the opportunity to speak with a counselor about issues impacting their
mental health. That includes you! We'll help you cope with the stress of college life
and the challenges you face on a daily basis tied to your identity, background, and
experiences. Were here to listen and support you.
Make an Appointment
To schedule an appointment to meet with a nurse practitioner, physician,
or counselor, you may either call 619-388-2774 or visit Student Health Services in person in I4-209. Please be prepared to discuss your health concerns so we can find the appropriate
provider for your visit. If you can no longer make your appointment, please call us
at least 24 hours ahead of your scheduled appointment time to cancel or reschedule.
There is a late cancellation/no show fee of $5.00 for all appointment services.
Conduct a Quick Self-Evaluation
ULifelines Self Evaluator tool screens for thirteen of the most common health
conditions experienced by college students. While the screening is not intended to
provide a diagnosis, it can help you identify problems that may be impacting your
thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and provide you with helpful information about
these conditions and how to reach out for help.
Access the ULifeline Self Evaluator tool