Psychological Services Department

Psychological Services offices have reopened across all campuses! 

Psychological Services is now offering both in-person and online individual therapy (via Zoom) to current SCCCD students.

If you are a student and you would like to set up therapy, please fill out our online intake form. The form will be temporarily deactivated from 11/18/2021 to 1/5/2022 for the Winter Break holiday.

If you are unable to complete the form due to technical issues, you can complete the PDF version of the form located here: PDF Intake Form and email it to us directly at PsychServices@SCCCD.edu, or pick up a form from our office during in-person hours. Please note that no forms will be accepted 11/18/2021 to 1/5/2022 via online administration, in-person or via email for the Winter Break holiday.

Hours

Spring / Fall Semester (excluding holidays & Winter Break)

Monday: 8am - 5pm on campus
Tuesday: 8am - 5pm on campus
Wednesday: 8am - 5pm on campus
Thursday: 12:30pm - 5pm on campus
Friday: 8am - 5pm on campus

Reedley College Psychological Services has partnered with ProtoCall, Inc to provide emergency clinical services. By calling 559-494-3028, the Reedley College Health Services number, you may access this service. This service is available 24/7, including after hours, weekends, and holidays.

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Services

Eligibility

All current active students of Fresno City College (and any community college within the State Center Community College District) are eligible for clinical services. In the event that a student drops their coursework, services may be terminated and appropriate referrals will be offered.

Students may seek Psychological Services for various reasons. The following are some common student concerns: adjustment to college, anxiety, depression, relationship and family issues, personal growth and exploration, grief and loss, stress and anger management, and questions regarding sexual orientation or gender identity.

 

Intake (Triage) Process

During the initial intake/triage session, students are informed of SCCCD Psychological Services policies as well as their rights as a client, the limits of confidentiality, and other information pertinent to clinical settings. The best treatment referral options for the student are determined by the therapist during this session, which may include a referral for therapy outside the clinic with a community-based therapist or other resource.

Once students have completed their intake with Psychological Services staff, the therapist will let the student know what treatment is recommended. Students may be asked to pursue any of the following options:

  • Online individual therapy through Psychological Services at SCCCD
  • Online group therapy through Psychological Services at SCCCD
  • Assessment through Psychological Services at SCCCD

If the therapist determines that the most comprehensive treatment for the student cannot be best addressed by SCCCD Psychological Services, the student may be referred to:

  • Free individual therapy through the Gary W. Cannon Psychological Services Center, operated by the California School of Professional Psychology at Fresno's Alliant University: PSC Website
  • Our list of community resources, which include psychiatric services, psychotherapy services, crisis hotlines, and other community clinics/services.

If you are a student with concerns about another student, please review the Crisis Do’s & Don’ts for Students for assistance.

If you are a current or previous client of Psychological Services at any SCCCD campus, we invite you to fill out our survey: Satisfaction Survey

 

Individual Therapy

If you are a student and you would like to set up therapy, please fill out our online intake form. If you are unable to complete the form due to technical issues, you can complete the PDF version of the form located here: PDF Intake Form and email it to us directly at PsychServices@SCCCD.edu, or pick up a form from our office during in-person hours.

You can also call the Reedley Psychological Services main line at 559-638-0300 ext. 3210 to let us know you are interested in therapy. Please leave a message with your name, student identification number, and phone number, and one of our clinicians will return the message within 5-7 business days.

 

Group Therapy

Psychological Services is currently offering over 10 weekly groups for students. You must be 18+ and a current SCCCD student to attend. At this time, due to the ongoing pandemic, most of our groups are held virtually via Zoom. For more information about the groups currently offered, click the Group Therapy tab below. If you are interested in signing up for a group, please fill out our Group Consent Form.

 

Talking Circles

Psychological Services also hosts Talking Circles, intended to be a safe place for students to express their feelings on specific topics. In Talking Circles, SCCCD therapists act more as a moderator than a therapist, as the focus is on helping students feel heard. If you are interested in one of our Talking Circles, you can email PsychServices@SCCCD.edu or complete our Talking Circle Form to be added to the mailing list for upcoming Talking Circles.

Talking Circles offered in Fall 2022:

  • Student Justice & Healing Circle: Tuesdays 2pm-3pm
  • Adjusting During Covid: Oct. 8 & 22, and Nov. 12, 2pm-3pm

If you would like to be kept informed of upcoming TBD Talking Circles or sign up for an upcoming Talking Circle, complete the form here: Talking Circles Info Request Form.

 

Assessment

SCCCD Psychological Services offers multiple types of psychological testing for students. If you have concerns that your education is being impacted by an undiagnosed mental health condition such as ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorder or Depression, please email us at PsychServices@SCCCD.edu for further information about our assessment services.

 

On-Campus Outreach

As students return to campus, Psychological Services clinicians will be running monthly themed outreach events. Watch this space and our social media accounts for upcoming events!

 

WellTrack

WellTrack, a free interactive self-help app is available free of charge to all students. WellTrack can help you to understand your feelings of stress, anxiety and/or depression, and teach you techniques to minimize these feelings.

Students, faculty and staff with their State Center/Reedley College email address may create an account at https://app.welltrack.com/. You can also download the WellTrack app to your mobile device. If you are having trouble with creating new account, please contact WellTrack support team at support@welltrack.com or through Contact Us on the WellTrack sign in page.

Group Therapy

Psychological Services is excited to offer multiple ongoing group therapy opportunities per week, open to all currently enrolled SCCCD students 18 or over!

Groups offered in Fall 2021:

  • Mondays:
    • Rainbow Radar Mon 3pm-4pm: LGBTQIA+ support (hybrid: in-person on FCC campus + virtual)
  • Tuesdays:
    • Parenting Tues 10am-11am: Support for students who are parents (virtual via Zoom)
    • Comfort in the Chaos Tues 1pm-2pm: Discussing adjusting to college (virtual via Zoom)
    • Interpersonal Skills Tues 2pm-3pm: Improving communication skills (virtual via Zoom)
    • Comfort in the Chaos Tues 3pm-4pm: Discussing adjusting to college (virtual via Zoom)
    • Anxiety Toolbox Tues 3pm-4pm: Learn skills to cope with anxiety (virtual via Zoom)
  • Wednesdays:
    • Healthy Relationships Weds 1pm-2pm: Relationships & healthy boundaries (virtual via Zoom)
    • Anxiety Toolbox Weds 3pm-4pm: Learn skills to cope with anxiety (virtual via Zoom)
  • Thursdays:
    • Mindfulness Thurs 1pm-2pm: Enhancing awareness and personal calm (virtual via Zoom)

If you are interested in any of the above groups, please fill out our Group Consent Form.

Psychological Services offers walk-in assistance to current students who are experiencing crisis situations during office hours. If you are struggling with a serious issue, please feel free to stop by our office during open hours so that we can support you!

We also maintain crisis services through ProtoCall Services, Inc. These services are accessible by calling our main number 559-494-3028 and selecting the option for ProtoCall. These services are available 24/7, including after hours, weekends, and holidays.

If the office is closed and you are:
  • Experiencing thoughts or urges to harm others or end someone else’s life
  • Having suicidal thoughts
  • Experiencing thoughts or urges to harm yourself or end your life
  • Actively engaging in self-harm

Please immediately call 911, go to your nearest emergency room, or call SCCCD campus police at (559) 442-8201. You can also contact:

  • the National Crisis Line at (800) 273-8255
  • the Central Valley Crisis Line at (888) 506-5991
  • or text HOME to the Crisis Text Line at 741741.

If a friend is struggling and you're not sure what to do, check out the Do's And Don'ts of Crisis For Students.

If you are a faculty member or administrator with non-emergency concerns about a student and you would like to consult with a member of Psychological Services, please call our mainline at (559) 443 - 8687 and leave a message. Alternatively, you can email the department at PsychServices@SCCCD.edu. A clinician will return the message within 2 – 3 business days.

At this time, staff who have a student in serious crisis (disclosing harm to self or harm to others) should immediately call their Campus Police department or local police to evaluate the student rather than referring to Psychological Services in order to ensure the safety of the student.

If you are unsure, please review the Crisis Do’s & Don’ts for Staff.

Please note that SCCCD Psychological Services clinicians can NOT contact students who have not completed a Request for Services Form. If you would like to refer a student to Psychological Services, please have them complete this form: Request for Services.

Mental Health Resources

The content on this page is intended for general informational purposes and as an aide in your overall wellness. It should not be used in place of a visit, call, or consultation with, a qualified care provider or therapist. You should not disregard or delay seeking care from your healthcare provider or therapist because of something you have read, heard, or seen on these pages or files.

The following are guides created by The Sleep Help Institute that provide information and techniques to help you get a good night's sleep: 

Free MP3 files of music and exercises to help you relax, sleep, and manage stress, provided as a courtesy of Community Wellness at MIT Medical. Original sources: MIT Medical Community Wellness.

  • Breath Awareness: MP3
  • Brief Muscle Relaxation: MP3
  • Sleep Techniques: MP3
  • Relaxation Exercise in Spanish: MP3
  • Test Anxiety: MP3
  • Neck Tension: MP3
  • A trip to the Beach: MP3
  • A Safe Place: MP3
  • Changing Color: MP3

WellTrack, a free interactive self-help app is available free of charge to all students. WellTrack can help you to understand your feelings of stress, anxiety and/or depression, and teach you techniques to minimize these feelings.

Students, faculty and staff with their State Center/Reedley College email address may create an account at https://app.welltrack.com/. You can also download the WellTrack app to your mobile device. If you are having trouble with creating new account, please contact WellTrack support team at support@welltrack.com or through Contact Us on the WellTrack sign in page.

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