SCC has agreements with local universities to provide individual mental health counseling services FREE to SCC students enrolled in credit earning courses. These services are provided by mental health interns who are enrolled in master's or doctoral degree counseling programs. The CAPS interns are closely supervised and meet with SCC students who are currently enrolled regardless of the number of hours taken. Students can receive up to 15 counseling sessions per academic year and up to 10 group sessions at no cost to the student. Students can seek counseling for any number of concerns, including: stress management; time management; depression; anxiety; distress related to a life event such as beginning college, breaking up with a significant other, a death or illness in the family; problems with children; eating disorders; body image concerns; PTSD; etc. Some situations may be beyond the scope of CAPS interns and staff such as individuals currently in crisis. The counseling services can be accessed through any campus CAPS office, campus Dean of Students or College Advisors.
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