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Counseling and Personal Development

Updated: 02/20/2015

 

Change, stress, and self-development are all a part of college life. The counseling departments at each of the Maricopa Community Colleges provide free and confidential assistance with life skills, career planning, and crisis intervention.

Counseling Is a Valuable Tool to Aid in...

  • Setting career goals

  • Setting personal and educational goals

  • Creating strategies for student success

  • Improving study skills

  • Preparing for a job search

  • Managing stress and crises

 

Counseling and Personal Development services provide confidential services to help students manage change and stress, overcome problems of the past and present, and gain self-understanding and direction. Faculty and staff are available to provide support and empower you in achieving lifelong goals through providing unique counseling, career planning, instruction, and consultation services and programs. Part of a counselor’s job is to help you develop effective academic strategies that will assist you with time management skills so that you can effectively balance demands like school, work, and family.

Visit your college's Counseling and Personal Development website to learn more.

 

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Counseling and Personal Development at...

  • Chandler-Gilbert

Counseling (480) 732-7158

  • Estrella Mountain / SW Skill Center

Counseling (623) 935-8909
Learning Support (623) 935-8189

  • Gateway

Counseling (602) 286-8900
Support Services

  • Glendale

Counseling (623) 845-3064
Support Services

  • Maricopa Skill Center

Student Resource Advisor (602) 238-4390

  • Mesa

Counseling (480) 461-7588
Support Services

  • Paradise Valley

Counseling (602) 787-6540

  • Phoenix

Counseling (602) 285-7392
Support Services

  • Rio Salado

Counseling (480) 517-8785
Student Services

  • Scottsdale

Counseling (480) 423-6524
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  • South Mountain

Counseling (602) 305-5608
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