Is the 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's not always enough.
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:
- Breaking up of a marriage or close relationship with a loved one
- Difficulties in interpersonal relation- ships with family or close friends
- Worry about grades or failure in life
- Concerns over physical appearance and personal attractiveness
- Loss of "support systems"
- Pessimistic feelings about the future and achieving one's goals
- The compounding and disorienting effects of drugs and/or alcohol
- Just feeling lonely, isolated or abandoned
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 at any time during your life. These issues include:
- Assault, rape
- Unexpected pregnancy
- Alcohol or drug abuse
- Eating disorders
- Anger management
- HIV diagnosis or other serious illness
- Death of a family member or friend
- Divorce or separation
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.
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.
Crisis Counseling Services are here for you. All services will be completely confidential and free of charge to enrolled Hartnell students.
Call 770-7019 or stop by during walk-in hours
Monday - Friday
11:00 - Noon
You are invited to stop by - during walk-in hours no appointment needed.
Building D rooms D-123, D-124, and D-126
We’re here to help.
Services are confidential and free to Hartnell students.