Counseling

Contact Counseling

Southern & Dobson

Building: 37N
P: 480-461-7588

Red Mountain

Building: RDM-P
P: 480-654-7720   F: 480-654-7372

Hours

Fall & Spring Semesters:
Mon-Thu: 8 am – 7 pm
Fri: 8 am – 4 pm
Closed Sat and Sun

Summer Semester:
Mon-Thu: 8 am – 6 pm
Closed Fri, Sat and Sun

The Counseling Department at Mesa Community College provides a variety of counseling services to assist students in addressing their personal, educational, and career development.

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Our Services Include:

Personal Counseling

Can we talk? I have a personal concern that is interfering with my classes. I am in a difficult relationship. I am shy and I lack motivation. Nothing’s going right.

Educational Planning

What degree program should I follow? I’m struggling with a course. What can I do?

Career Counseling

I’ve been a homemaker all this time. What’s my place in the world of work? I am changing careers; can I apply my skills to another field? What is available to me?

Self-Enrichment

How can I better deal with the college experience? How do I handle the stress I feel? I panic on tests. How can I stop sabotaging myself? My inner dialogue is too negative.

Referral

Where can I go for assistance? What agencies are available to help me?

Ask Us About

  • Academic and Behavioral Interventions
  • Career Counseling
  • Conflict Resolutions
  • Crisis Intervention
  • First Year Experience (F.Y.E)
  • Individual Counseling
  • Life Skills Coaching
  • Math Success Workshop 
  • Student Opportunities for Success (S.O.S) Workshop Series
  • Substance Abuse Prevention

Counseling faculty support and empower students in the process of setting and attaining their academic, career, and personal goals. 

Call to schedule an appointment with one of our Counselors at 480-461-7588 for Southern & Dobson or 480-654-7210  for Red Mountain. Download a list of 24 hour Help Lines here.

Mission Statement

The Counseling Department at Mesa Community College provides a variety of counseling services to assist students in addressing their personal, educational, and career development. Counseling faculty support and empower students in the process of setting and attaining their academic, career, and personal goals.

Objectives

As academic success and emotional well-being are interrelated, our objective is to assist students in managing educational and personal needs. Students are invited to take advantage of free, confidential services offered to help them attain their full potential.

Outcomes

The student that feels confident and directed in managing their educational and personal needs, is more likely to be successful and productive, therefore, completion of their goals become a reality.

Department Faculty & Staff Contact

Heidi-Christa Adams

Chair: Counseling

Service Faculty - Counselor

480-461-7100

Dwayne E. McIntosh

Service Faculty - Counselor

480-461-7598

Gene L. Parrish

Service Fac Hrly Evening

Rita Kasapis

Service Fac Hrly Evening

480-461-7297

Olivia M. Lara

Adjunct Faculty

480-545-9746

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