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The nature of the personal counseling is threefold: developmental, remedial, and preventive. The developmental function enhances student development and facilitates optimal use of MJC's services and resources. Counselors encourage positive and realistic self-appraisal, intellectual development, appropriate personal and career choices, positive interpersonal relationships, and general personal well-being.
The remedial function addresses the students' concerns with personal adjustment and
adaptation to college challenges. For example, remedial personal counseling addresses
current or long-standing family, economic, relationship, and work pressures which
may be impeding academic progress, positive student-professor relationships, lack
of self-discipline, poor study habits and/or time management skills, and academic
The preventive aspect of the personal counseling function anticipates and eliminates or minimizes the impact of environmental stressors through various intervention strategies.
Career counseling services involve assisting students to define long and short term career goals and to clarify specifically what is required in order to reach each goal. Discussions may include job descriptions, expected pay, and job outlook information as well as personality types, personal interests and how they are related to career choice. Referrals are often made to our Career Development and Transfer Center. Various assessment tools are available to help students clarify their career goals.
Link to California Colleges Career Exploration
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The Counseling Division provides developmental, remedial, and preventive personal and career counseling in the following ways:
Phone: (209) 575-6080
Fax: (209) 575-6720
Student Services Building
Monday - Friday
(visit Walk-In Info for Counseling hours)