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Psychological Services & Personal Counseling

We're Here to Help!


Visit Our Office In-Person & Virtually

For summer, our Psychological Services counselors are  operating remotely with regular appointments and drop-in hours, providing our same caring services by Phone & Zoom!

NEW TALK SPACE OPTION FOR SUMMER QUARTER! Talk Spaces provide a private and quiet environment on campus for your appointment. Come in and use our Talk Spaces located in our Psych Services Office in Building 5400. Want more info? Ask about this option when you make an appointment.

Urgent & Drop-In Counseling via Zoom or Phone Available

Counselors are available during SUMMER 2022:  Monday-Thursday at Noon–1 p.m. for brief 15–20-minute drop-in appointments.

Please contact our office a few minutes before 12 Noon on the day you would like to be seen, and you will be provided the Zoom information on a first-come, first-serve basis.  

Phone: 650.949.7910 


Contact Us by Zoom   

Make an Appointment

To make an appointment, call Patricia Meza Parada in Psychological Services at 650.949.7910 during our in-person or virtual office office hours.

Cost: You get up to 8 free sessions per school year!

Summer 2022 Service Hours

  • Mondays - Thursdays: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
  • Closed Fridays
  • Lunch Break: 1 p.m.–1:30 p.m. 
  • DROP IN (Brief 15 min appointments daily from 12-1pm)

** Announcements **

  • IMPORTANT.- Psychological Services will be CLOSED starting Monday, August 8th, 2022, for Summer break. Counselors will resume services on Monday, September 26, 2022, when Fall classes begin.

In case of an emergency, see who to call.

Feeling Anxious in These Times of COVID-19?

Who isn't? For ways to stay calm, see our  recommended online resources


Are You Experiencing Difficulties With?

  • Academic pressure
  • Isolation and loneliness
  • Sexuality
  • Family conflict or separation
  • Friendship and love
  • Stress and/or anxiety
  • Substance use and abuse
  • Depression and despair
  • Death or loss
  • Roommate disputes
  • Relationships
  • Cultural adjustment


What To Do When Our Office is Closed

For Help During a Mental Health Crisis

  • Suicide Crisis Hotline 1(855) 278-4204
  • Dial 9-1-1 (In case of an emergency)
  • The Santa Clara County Resource Line at (1-866) -896-3587
  • or visit the nearest hospital emergency room

Non-Crisis Community Referrals & Support

In Case of An Emergency

Learn Stress Management Skills – Take CNSL 72

Earn 3 CSU Transferable Units, Too! Enroll in CNSL 72: Stress, Wellness & Coping, offered fall, winter and spring.

See schedule of classes


Black Lives Student Services Services Statement

In Student Services, we acknowledge our role in not serving our Black students adequately. Please read full statement of our commitment to alter our course of action with a quarterly updated public plan. 

Black Lives Matter Action Plan April 2022 Updates

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During these uncertain times, you don't need to struggle on your own.

Togetherall, a peer-to-peer platform, is a safe place to connect with others experiencing similar feelings.  Plus, there are trained professionals on hand 24/7.

We ensure all members are anonymous to each other within the community. Read about the Foothill Togetherall partnership

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