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Personal Counseling

While attending college, students often encounter confidential, personal situations and life crises that interfere with their ability to be successful as a student.

Our licensed professional Counselors are available to help students deal with those situations. Confidential individual counseling is available, where appropriate, or a referral will be made to other professional specialists.

Counseling and Student Development offers online mental health screenings. Similar to many physical illnesses, early recognition and treatment offers the best opportunity for recovery from mental health concerns. The anonymous and confidential screening tool is designed to help students examine any thoughts or behaviors that may be associated with depression, generalized anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, substance use, eating disorders, or post-traumatic stress disorder. After completing the self-assessment, students are connected with MCC’s resources and educational articles. If you would like to schedule an appointment with a counselor after completing the screening please call (810) 762-0111 or stop by PCC2030. It may be beneficial to bring a copy of your screening results to your first appointment. If you are off campus and experiencing a mental health emergency, please call 911.

Begin your screening here

Don't wait for problems to get out of control, see a counselor.

August 11, 2017
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