Counseling Services

Counseling Page Be Well CardWe are offering counseling services both in-person and remotely via Zoom for students. Students who would like to receive a counseling session, please email Melissa Manzi, m_manzi@mwcc.mass.edu, with “counseling” in the subject line.

Licensed mental health professionals are available to support and assist students as they cope with personal difficulties that may be interfering with their academic progress. The counseling staff offers crisis intervention, psychoeducational programming, and outreach workshops. Counseling is confidential, short-term, goal-oriented, and free of charge. Personal counselors can also assist students with referrals to outside services in cases where extended therapy or specialized assistance is required. Consultation with faculty, staff, and students is also provided.

Counseling Consent Form

Counseling Services Intake Form

Be Well at the Mount

MWCC offers additional mental health support through Be Well at The Mount. Here, students have access to more pathways for mental health support including:

  • 24 hour, 7 day a week, 365 day a year access to counselors
  • Free telehealth visits
  • Virtual prescribing
  • more!

These services, in addition to support from the counseling center will help us to meet you where you are on your journey to better mental health.

If you feel like taking that next step to better your mental health, consider starting today. Your mental health matters, and Be Well at The Mount is always here to support you.

Get the help you need, anytime, anywhere!

Get the help you need today! Call the 24/7 Support Line at 833-434-1217 or visit bewellthemount.com

 

Suicide Prevention Training link

Melissa’s Mental Health Minute

Have you seen our YouTube vlog series yet? Hop on over to Youtube to check it out today!

Confidentiality

Confidentiality will be maintained by adherence to the ethical standards of recognized professional organizations. These standards provide, with some limitations, assurance that a student may address his/her concerns openly with the counselor. Confidentiality is discussed with the student when he or she first visits a counselor.

We hope that you find these webpages helpful during your affiliation with MWCC. Please contact any member of the counseling staff, as needed.