To promote the mental health of CSUMB students in order to improve the quality of their lives and aid them in achieving academic success. We are committed to the development of the whole person: academically, personally, socially, spiritually, and physically.
- Crisis Counseling
- Individual Counseling
- Groups & Workshops
- Training Opportunities
- Campus Chaplaincy & Spiritual Support
- Mental Health Screenings (Available online for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, and alcohol use disorders.)
A student's right to confidentiality, as well as limits, should be understood in the event that the counseling center has to break confidentiality for legal and ethical reasons.
Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Connect with us by:
- Phone: (831) 582-3969
- Mail: California State University Monterey Bay, Health & Wellness Services, 100 Campus Center, Seaside, CA, 93955-8001
- E-mail: email@example.com.
- Physical Location: The PGCC is located in the Health and Wellness Services Building (80) on the corner of General Jim Moore Boulevard and Inter-Garrison Road. A map of CSUMB can be found here.
Services Are Free for registered and currently-enrolled students.
- If you are a student enrolled at CSUMB, you can call us to request services or ask any questions (831) 582-3969.
- While individual counseling is provided at the PGCC, it is highly recommended that you consider attending group counseling as well to maximize your personal growth.
- Although there are no assurances to benefits, counseling can often lead to better interpersonal relationships, improved academic performance, solutions to specific problems, and reductions in your feelings of distress.
- If a student is in danger of hurting themselves or others, call 9-1-1.
- If you are on campus and concerned about a student, encourage them to talk to someone. You can offer to accompany the student to our office. We ask that you call us prior to coming over so we can be ready to meet them.
- If you are off campus and concerned about a student, express concern to the student, encourage the student to come to the counseling center, and ask that he or she make contact.