Classes are currently being taught online. All physical facilities are closed to the public at this time, and employees are working remotely.Please visit
dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information and to
find contact information for various departments.If you need additional assistance, please visit
My Community Services and our
Community Employment Resources.
Respecting your confidentiality is one of the Counseling Center's highest priorities.
Typically, students share sensitive and personal information with their counselor. This information is not disclosed to anyone without written permission from the student.
However, there are exceptions to confidentiality to be aware of before beginning counseling.
If there is a need to breach confidentiality, Counseling Center staff will make every effort to work with students collaboratively while abiding by ethical and legal mandates.
Legally, counselors are required to disclose information where there is:
Our counseling staff adheres to the ethical principles and codes of conduct as defined by the appropriate state licensure boards.
Your student's transition to college is an exciting time, but also brings a multitude of feelings for both students and parents.
Some students may elect to seek counseling services to cope with academic and personal stressors in their lives.
The Counseling Center abides by both ethical and legal mandates to keep confidentiality secure. As a result, the counseling staff cannot release information about adult students without their written consent. The counselors also cannot confirm or deny meeting with students without this consent.
We recognize that this may be a shift in communication about your student and we empathize with your concern.