Counseling Services

MHC’s counseling services consist of free, short-term, trauma-informed counseling services that open on the first day of each semester and run for the duration of the term (6-15 sessions). Our counseling team consists of graduate-level counseling internship students who provide telehealth or in-person sessions in English, Spanish, and ASL interpretation at our office spaces located in El Centro, WRC, and North Campus-Vassar House. Our intake process typically closes 8-9 weeks into the semester (November for the Fall semester and April for the Spring semester) to ensure that a minimum of 6 sessions can be offered before the end of each semester.

Additionally, MHC offers psychoeducation workshops on mental wellness and self-care throughout the academic year. Please follow MHC’s and our student resource center’s handles for event announcements:


Common reasons students utilize the MHC counseling services:

  • Gender-based violence
  • Race-based trauma
  • Understanding one’s sexual/gender identity
  • Self-esteem/self-confidence
  • Anxiety/Depression
  • Adjusting to college
  • Grief and loss
  • Relationship issues

To be matched with a counselor-in-training, schedule an appointment by sending us an email or filling out our service request form.