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Counseling

Counseling and Guidance
Each Continuing Education student is provided with the unique opportunity to benefit from individualized counseling and guidance designed to help students improve the quality of their lives. Counselors are available to provide academic, career, and personal counseling
in a confidential office setting.
 
Students may seek counseling for many reasons, including: planning of educational objective; obtaining information about employment and job skills; resolving personal and family problems; examining aptitudes, interests, and achievement; finding new careers and vocational directions; and learning to adjust in a new country. Students pursuing a high School diploma must meet with a counselor to register for a class or classes. Counselors are available by appointment or on a walk-in basis. For more information or to arrange an appointment, please call 714-628-5929.
 

 

Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 8:30am - 8:30pm
Friday: 8:30am - 12:00pm
Saturday: CLOSED
Telephone: (714) 628-5929 or (714) 628-5999


 

Counseling Faculty

Albert Alvano                          Clarice Da Fonseca              Rosalba Hernandez              Rosa Salazar de la Torre          Monica Ayala                      Veronica Davalos          Jennifer Ly                                Anacany Torres                  Nikta Azimi                   Betty Fisher                              Joe Rivera                           Laura Wirtz, DSPS (SCC)Dora Bright                              Rudy B. Frias                       Stefan Shakiba              Maria Zamudio              

                                     


Counseling Services
Through special programs, classes, group or individual counseling, the Continuing Education Counseling Department is committed to providing you with the assistance and advice that you need to successfully complete your academic, career, and personal goals.
 
Counseling services include:
· Career exploration
· Test scores review
· One-on-one counseling
· Educational planning and course selection
· Referral for special classes and/or testing
· College class advisement
· New student orientations
· DSPS Referrals
 
Counselors are also available to help students:
· Develop optimal educational planning and career information
· Assess interests and abilities
· Find a new approach to problems
· Increase sensitivity to others
· Learn how to change self-defeating habits and attitudes
· Recognize style, purposes, and values
· Help students who are having academic or personal difficulties
· Clarify thinking
 
For more information or to arrange an appointment,
please call 714-628-5929 or 714-628-5999.