Counseling

Drop-In Counseling at César Chávez

Concerned about a friend? Feeling anxious or down? Questions about counseling? Not able to get to the Tang Center?

Counseling and Psychological Services staff are available at César Chávez.

Counselors have expertise and competency in working with underrepresented students on campus. There are two ways to access care at Chávez: 

Public and Alumni Career Program

The Career Counseling Library's Public and Alumni Career Program is an individualized opportunity to explore new career possibilities, evaluate current career plans, and increase self-awareness.

Appointments

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Listed below are options for appointments with health professionals, here at the Tang Center and elsewhere on campus.

To speak with a CPS counselor, you can also take advantage of our many drop-in satellite locations.

My Career Development Steps

Research shows that identifying a goal gives energy and direction to one’s efforts. And having a flexible plan can facilitate action, and help you see your progress.

My Career Development Steps is a fillable PDF template for capturing and tracking action steps toward your career goals.

Use it to create and adapt a flexible plan as your ideas and plans develop. Refer to it regularly to recognize your progress and stay on track.

New Gender Spectrum Support Group

February 28, 2017
Do you identify as non-binary, genderqueer, agender, gender non-conforming, gender fluid, bigender, third gender, androgyne, questioning, etc.? Are you looking for a space to get support and connect with others who identify outside the gender binary? Then come to the Gender Spectrum Support Group! The group will be facilitated by two queer-identified counselors from the Tang Center’s Trans Care Team. Drop-in anytime, no sign-up is needed.

CPS response to recent events

March 27, 2017
Changes in our country are happening rapidly. Recent acts of violence, increases in hate crimes, discrimination against marginalized communities, changes to national policies, and the current political climate have caused many students to experience distress, regardless of their political viewpoint.

Getting Help For a Student of Concern

Whether you are student, faculty, staff or just a concerned friend or loved one, you have many options for helping a student you are concerned about.

Online Trainings

Online Depression & Suicide Prevention training

  • This brief training will help you learn how to identify and respond to students in distress. After completing this training, please take a moment to fill out this brief survey about its effectiveness.