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Counseling & Wellness

Welcome to the Online Resource page for Counseling & Wellness.

Information About Counseling at Berkeley College

Berkeley College values its students and is committed to providing resources and support for the “whole student.” Our counseling services exist to collaborate with faculty and staff to maintain student wellness and facilitate student success. We approach each individual holistically, helping each student achieve a healthy balance in his or her many life roles and assisting in the successful transition into college and through graduation. 

Supportive counseling services are available to help students:

  • Clarify goals
  • Learn to make effective life choices
  • Overcome problems
  • Achieve more satisfying relationships
  • Improve academic performance

At no additional cost, students can meet with trained counselors in a safe and confidential environment. No record of counseling is maintained in students’ academic files.

Counseling services are offered at all on-site and online campuses. Call or stop by to schedule an appointment.

Students seek out Counseling Services for a variety of reasons. The most common include:

  • Adjustment concerns
  • Anxiety (excess worry or panic)
  • Career uncertainty or exploration
  • Cultural differences and adjustment
  • Crisis or emergency situations
  • Depression, loneliness, or sadness
  • Eating disorders
  • Family difficulties
  • Grief and loss
  • LGBT issues
  • Managing conflict or anger
  • Sexual harassment or assault
  • Relationship conflicts
  • Substance abuse (drugs, alcohol, smoking)
  • Stress
  • Violence (physical, sexual, verbal)
  • Disability support


All interactions with Counseling Services are confidential. No record of counseling is contained in any academic or job placement file. You may request in writing that the counseling staff release specific information to a third party.

Exceptions to Confidentiality

  • A counselor may consult with other Student Development counselors to provide the best possible care. These consultations are for professional and training purposes.
  • A counselor believes that the individual may harm himself/herself, another person, or school property; break the law; or violate Berkeley College policies.
  • A counselor suspects that a person under the age of 18 or an elder is being abused.


About the Counseling & Wellness Services LibGuide

Welcome! This LibGuide has information about receiving counseling at Berkeley College, referral resources both within the school and in the community, and a whole host of information about various health and wellness topics. Check back to find recent programming as well! 

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