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Student Health Services
Building 60-130
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 9am - 6pm; Friday 9am - 1pm
Phone: 619-644-7192

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Mental Health Counseling

Free, supportive, and confidential mental health counseling is available to students currently enrolled at Grossmont College.

About our Services

College can be stressful! Our goal is to support your personal, emotional, and social wellness so that you can achieve your academic goals. Many students find the counseling process to be helpful when struggling with any of the following:

  • Depression, persistent sadness, lack of motivation
  • Anxiety, worry, panic attacks
  • Grief or loss
  • Relationship issues, difficult break ups, divorce
  • Difficulty coping with stress or trauma
  • Dating or relationship violence, sexual assault, or rape

Making an Appointment

You may walk in to Student Health Services (Building 60-130) or call (619) 644-7192 to request an appointment. Most students are provided an appointment within 1-2 weeks or sooner if the case of a crisis or emergency. 

 




 

 
Last Updated: 03/12/2019

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Student Health Services
Building 60-130
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 9am - 6pm; Friday 9am - 1pm
Phone: 619-644-7192

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