Mental Health Services

Overview

Mental Health Services

LBCC’s Student Health Services and Mental Health Services help students meet the personal challenges associated with identifying and accomplishing academic, career, and life goals. Therapy is provided by mental health clinicians and by graduate interns under the supervision of a licensed clinician for ailments such as anxiety and panic disorders, depression, eating disorders, relationship issues, and academic stress.

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Appointments & Emergencies

Scheduled Appointments

If you would like to schedule an appointment for any of our services please visit the LAC Campus in A-1010 or the PCC Campus in GG-117. You may also call (562) 938-3987 to set up an appointment.

Walk-In

Mental Health Clinician hours vary, so be sure to call first. Urgent matters may be discussed at brief sessions without an appointment on a first-come, first-served basis during posted hours.

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Personal Counseling
Get the help you need

The Personal Counseling Program is committed to helping college students increase their awareness, knowledge, and resources in order to successfully meet the challenges of encountering new ideas, relating to others from diverse backgrounds, and coping with the transitions of adulthood. Because students enter LBCC with varying skills and experiences, we attempt to meet each student at his or her need level, whether the student is in a crisis situation, experiencing an exacerbation of a long-standing problem, or anticipating forthcoming changes.

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Mental Health Services & Confidentiality

Welcome to Mental Health Services (MHS). Our program is designed to serve LBCC students who are experiencing stress or other emotional difficulties. Frequently, these difficulties can affect a student’s academic performance or ability to function effectively in social, academic, or work settings. As a currently enrolled student, you have paid a student health fee that provides you up to six free individual therapy sessions during a regular semester, based on clinical need. Each therapy session is approximately 50 minutes.