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Mental Health Counseling


Mental Health Counseling Services are now available to MSJC students right here on campus. Brief therapy for adjustment to college life, family/relationship issues, stress, anxiety, depression, addiction, sexual assault, harassment, crisis and more are now available in the Student Health Centers.

ALL MSJC LOCATIONS ARE CLOSED THROUGH JUNE 19. Due to the Coronavirus campus closure our Student Health Center is offering Telehealth Counseling for a limited time. Login to your patient portal to schedule your appointment today. For additional assistance please contact:

San Jacinto Campus: 
Menifee Valley Campus: 



NOW AVAILABLE: With the Student Health Patient Portal you can:

  • Communicate with Staff:
    Get answers to your questions from the comfort of your own home.
  • Manage your Appointments:
    Schedule your next appointment and/or view details for any past or future appointments.
  • Access Patient Education Resources:
    The Student Health Center can now send tip sheets, informational fact sheets and community resources directly to you!

Register and schedule your appointment 



  • Counseling sessions are one-on-one
  • Sessions are completely safe and confidential
  • Appointments strongly encouraged 
  • Cancellations require a 24hr notice
  • 3 strikes rule: 3 “No Show” or “No Notice” (less than 24hr notice) cancellations services are suspended pending meeting with the Associate Dean for reinstatement.

While the student health center strives to give quality care to as many students as possible, there will be times when appointments are not available. Please see this list of resources (Mental Health, Domestic Violence, Coping Skills) available for students in their time of need.



San Jacinto Campus Student Health Center
Room 1540: 951-487-3206

MON      8:00 — 3:15 PM
TUES      9:00 — 1:15 PM
WED       9:00 — 12 NOON
THUR     2:00 — 5:00 PM

Menifee Valley Campus Student Health Center
Room 2009: 951-639-5206 

MON      2:00 — 5:00 PM
TUES      8:00 — 5:00 PM
WED       8:00 — 4:00 PM
THUR     8:00 — 3:15 PM



Maria Iniguez, LCSW (Counsels in both English and Spanish)

  • Tuesdays 9:00 AM, 9:45 AM, 10:30 AM at the San Jacinto Campus
  • Wednesdays 8:00 AM, 8:45 AM, 9:30 AM at the Menifee Valley Campus

Rich Wayne, LMFT

  • Mondays 1:00 PM, 1:45 PM, 2:30 PM at the San Jacinto Campus
  • Thursdays 1:00 PM, 1:45 PM, 2:30 PM at the Menifee Valley Campus

David Haro, Graduate Student 

  • Tuesdays 2:00 PM, 2:45 PM, 3:30 PM, 4:15 PM, 5:00 PM at the San Jacinto Campus
  • Wednesdays 1:00 PM, 1:45 PM, 2:30 PM, 3:15 PM, 4:00 PM at the Menifee Valley Campus

Alma Villa, Graduate Student 

  • Thursdays 8:00 AM, 8:45 AM, 9:30 AM, 10:15 AM at the Menifee Valley Campus

Kelli Thomas, Graduate Student

  • Wednesdays 9:00 AM, 9:45 AM, 10:30 AM, 11:15 AM, 12 N at the San Jacinto Campus
  • Thursdays 2:00 PM, 2:45 PM, 3:30 PM, 4:15 PM, 5:00 PM at the San Jacinto Campus

Tiffany Martin, Graduate Student

  • Mondays 2:00 PM, 2:45 PM, 3:30 PM, 4:15 PM, 5:00 PM at the Menifee Valley Campus
  • Tuesdays 2:00 PM, 2:45 PM, 3:30 PM, 4:15 PM, 5:00 PM at the Menifee Valley Campus

Noemi Garcia, Graduate Student

  • Tuesdays 8:00 AM, 8:45 AM, 9:30 AM, 10:15 AM, 11:00 AM at the Menifee Valley Campus
  For the most up to date information call the Student Health Center.



Help a friend who is struggling  Support veterans as they adjust to college life Support for students in distress

CCC Student Mental Health Programs provide a suite of interactive, research-proven Kognito Trainings to educate students, staff and faculty on the best practices in supporting students who struggle with psychological distress. Online training simulations using avatars are available to Mt. San Jacinto College students, staff and faculty to help gain skills around mental health and suicide prevention.

Kognito has two different learning modules, a peer-to-peer training for students and a faculty and staff module to help campus employees interact with students in possible distress. 60 percent of college students experience periods of overwhelming anxiety, and more than one-quarter of students experience feelings of depression. For 15 percent of the student population, those feelings directly affect their academic performance. Sometimes all it takes is one person to make all the difference.

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