Psychological Services Office

Students may seek Psychological Services for various reasons. The following are some common student concerns: adjustment to college, anxiety, depression, relationship and family issues, personal growth and exploration, grief and loss, stress and anger management, and questions regarding sexual orientation or gender identity.


Monday - Friday 
8:00 am - 5:00 pm excluding Campus Holidays

Summer hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 3:30 pm


Phone: 559-443-8687
Fax: 559.499.6023
Location: Student Center Room 216 (Above bookstore)
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Fresno City College
Attn: Psychological Services
1101 E University Avenue
Fresno, CA 93741


  • Individual Therapy - designed to best help students clarify and resolve their concerns while increasing their sense of well-being.
  • Group Therapy - provides students with the opportunity to work with others sharing common concerns in a group counseling format. Availability of groups changes with each semester. Please stop by or call the front desk at Psychological Services to receive information about any ongoing groups.
  • Psychological Assessment - identifies strengths and opportunities in various aspects of a student's biopsychosocial functioning.
  • Crisis Services - Allows students experiencing significant distress (e.g., suicidal/homicidal thoughts) and/or severe emotional turmoil immediate access to a clinician.

Fall 2018 Client Satisfaction Survey

Request Services

If you are interested in receiving services, please visit us in Room 216 (located above the bookstore) and complete a Request for Services form. The form can be completed at your leisure and must be turned in at the Psychological Services office in order to schedule a screening appointment.


All students of Fresno City College are eligible for the clinical services. In the event that a student drops their coursework, services may be terminated and appropriate referrals will be offered.


Students may expect to be greeted and be given a blue-colored form entitled “Request for Psychological Services.” This form is to be completed and returned to a member of the clinical team who will provide the approximate date of the initial appointment.

Waiting List

Psychological Services strives to be as responsive as possible. However, our clinical team is sometimes unable to treat all students immediately. We use a waiting list in which students are chronologically ordered. Students should expect the clinical team to offer them an approximate date in which therapy will begin.

Intake Process

Upon screening/intake, clients are informed of policies held here at Psychological Services as well as their rights as a client, the limits of confidentiality, and other information pertinent to clinical settings.


This Page/Content is Not a Doctor

The content on this page is intended for general informational purposes and as an aide in your overall wellness. It should not be used in place of a visit, call, or consultation with, a qualified care provider or therapist. You should not disregard or delay seeking care from your healthcare provider or therapist because of something you have read, heard, or seen on these pages or files.

The following are guides created by The Sleep Help Institute that provide information and techniques to help you get a good night's sleep: 

What students need to know about sleep deprivation

How to manage technology in the bedroom

How much sleep do you really need?


Music and exercises to help you relax, sleep, and manage stress.

Provided as a courtesy of Community Wellness at MIT Medical. Original sources: MIT Medical Community Wellness.

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Kognito trainings teach faculty, staff, and students to recognize mental distress, with the goal of connecting students to support services.

Visit Kognito website to sign up and start your first course.


AT-Risk for Faculty and Staff

This course is designed to prepare faculty and staff to: 1) recognize when a student is exhibiting signs of psychological distress, and 2) manage a conversation with the student with the goal of connecting them with the appropriate campus support service.

Veterans on Campus

This training is designed to present faculty and staff with typical challenges faced by student veterans so they are better able to assist and potentially refer students to appropriate support services.

LGBTQ on Campus for Faculty and Staff

This course is designed to prepare learners to effectively manage potentially prejudiced classroom discussions, conduct a supportive conversation with a student who identifies as LGBTQ, and to identify when a student may be distressed and refer them to support.

At-Risk for Students

This training is designed to prepare student leaders to: 

  1. recognize when a fellow student is exhibiting signs of psychological distress, and
  2. manage a conversation with the goal of connecting them with the appropriate campus support service.

Veterans on Campus: Peer to Peer

In this training student veterans learn to recognize when fellow student veterans are in distress, approach them, and refer to supportive resources. Veterans on Campus: Peer to Peer was developed with input from leading experts and student veterans.

LGBTQ on Campus for Students

This training aims to increase students' confidence and skill to address discriminatory language, respond supportively when a peer comes out, and connect fellow students with appropriate resources.

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