Stress of School and Life Getting to be too much? Let us HELP! Crisis Counseling Services are FREE to Hartnell Students
Are you feeling:
Don't know where to turn for help?
As a Hartnell student you have taken on a big responsibility. This can often be overwhelming, especially when combined with the stress of everyday life. Friends and family can be supportive, but that is not always enough.
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Depression and Suicide
Suicide is a major threat to young adults. There may be a number of reasons why an individual comes to feel depressed and hopeless. These issues may include:
Although you may not be feeling suicidal, you may feel a persistent sadness, anxiousness or emptiness due to loss or other factors related to depression or grief.
There are a number of issues that can be extremely traumatic and precipitate an emotional crisis. These issues include:
Stress of Life
Even everyday stress can take a toll on your personal health and well-being. This is especially true when you are attempting to juggle the multiple responsibilities of school, family and work. Unfortunately your relationships with family and loved ones may suffer as a result of these multiple demands.
THERE IS HELP!
A professional therapist can objectively guide you to identify and problem-solve your stressful life issues. Sharing your feelings with a caring professional can provide validation and guidance for effective coping. Counseling can help you build and strengthen relationships, including your relationship with yourself.
CONFIDENTIAL & FREE
Call 770-7019 or stop by during walk-in hours
Monday - Friday
We’re here to help.
A Marriage & Family Therapist Counseling Intern is available to assist students in crisis.
Supervised by: Carol Kimbrough, MFT
For an Appointment Call:
If an emergency, call:
831-755-4300 or 831-755-4111
Crisis Counseling Services
411 Central Ave., Salinas, CA 93901