Welcome to mental health services at Laney College. We offer crisis counseling, short-term individual counseling, referrals for mental health services in the community, and mental health related workshops throughout the year. Our mental health counseling staff consists of licensed clinicians, as well as graduate student trainees and interns. We can provide confidential support around depression, anxiety, trauma related concerns, family concerns, grief and loss, and other personal concerns.
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES NOTICE
Mental Health Support Services
Claire Crosetti, MA, LMFT, Laney College mental health counselor. Although there will not be in-person appointments at this time, Claire will be offering counseling session and will be available via telephone or virtual video. Contact her directly at 510-464-3175 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment. Hours: Monday and Wednesday: 8am-6:30pm.
For a list of mental health resources that are offered in the community, please see Page 11 of the Laney College Resource Guide. For managing stress and anxiety during the pandemic, please see the CDC’s recommendations: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/managing-stress-anxiety.html
If you have any questions about mental health services, please contact Claire Crosetti at 510-464-3175.
We know as students you are spending the majority of your time balancing your academic, work and personal/family obligations. College students today are faced with many social, emotional, and academic challenges and when experiencing these challenges, it is often difficult to perform well academically. It can also impact your health and home life.
The Mental Health Services at Laney College is a partnership between the Peralta Community College District and JFK University’s Community Counseling Centers. Laney Student Health Services allow students to receive short-term therapeutic services that address the challenges they experience both in and out of the classroom.
* Therapists are JFK University graduate trainees and interns (supervised by licensed clinicians) committed to helping students realize their full potential and balance academic, work and family obligations.
More Mental Health resources of Alameda County & Oakland
Download Resource sheet (PDF): Mental Health Resources
Mental Health Resources during COVID-19 and more:
Ways to help with Pandemic Fatigue: