Psychological Counseling Services

COVID-19 Update: Counseling Remains Available

Updated: May 22, 2020

The Stan State Psychological Counseling Services team has shifted to remote telephone services. Please call 209-667-3381 to be connected with a member of our staff.

ProtoCall Contact for Crisis and After-Hours Counseling Services

Crisis and after-hours resources are available through ProtoCall. Please call 209-667-3381 and dial 2 to be connected to a member of the ProtoCall team.

This is to be used for crisis situations and after-hours when the PCS office is closed.

Resources to Assist Students During this Time

As a precautionary measure, we urge you to stay home if you are experiencing cold or fever symptoms. Please visit the campus COVID-19 webpage for the latest information on safety and campus operations


Mission Statement 

The mission of Psychological Counseling Services is to maintain and enhance students' psychological, emotional, and relational well-being. Psychological Counseling Services facilitates a successful experience in academic and social realms for students at California State University, Stanislaus.

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In view of this mission, Psychological Counseling Services provides professional, ethical, and confidential psychological counseling to students. Voluntary, non-coerced participation is emphasized. Additionally, Psychological Counseling Services offers workshops, outreach, and consultation. Services are offered using a proactive, developmental and systemically-oriented model. Psychological Counseling Services supports a multicultural, collaborative, and diverse campus community. Psychological Counselors assist students to develop cognitive and emotional integration, relationship skills, and personal resilience.





Psychological Counseling Services is a unit of the Division of Student Affairs.