We are offering remote sessions online, via Webex, and in-person sessions. Our office is still remote a few days per week. If you would like to schedule an appointment, please call 303.352.6436. If you get to voicemail please leave a message and include your name, phone number and email. We will return your call as soon as possible. Please be aware that our return call may come from a private number. If there is an emergency, please hang up and call 911. If this is a crisis and we can’t be reached, you may also call the Auraria Crisis line at 303.615.9911. Thank you for your patience!
Counseling services are available to registered CCD students from the Auraria Campus and our locations at Lowry and the Advanced Manufacturing Center. The Counseling Center is located in Tivoli Student Union*, and each student is eligible for up to eight sessions each academic year.
Call 303.352.6436 to schedule an appointment.
We are excited to announce that we now offers teltherapy for our studentsl Community College of Denver is partnered with BetterMynd to offer our students access to private online therapy sessions from their diverse network of licensed mental health counselors.
These 50-minute, live video-sessions are private, confidential, and can take place from the convenience of your laptop, smartphone, or tablet. Sessions are available during the day, at night, and on the weekends. BetterMynd also provides free self-help resources and free group workshops to all of CCD’s students.
To register and get started with a counselor that’s a good fit for you, sign-up here.
If you have any questions about these services, you can also email BetterMynd at email@example.com
We are currently taking walk-ins on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Call 303.352.6436 for more information.
An appointment may be beneficial for:
The Auraria Campus Crisis Line (303.615.9911) is available to the Auraria campus community and all CCD students through Colorado Crisis Services.
This free and confidential crisis phone line is available 24/7 to help in all mental health situations, ranging from anxiety and depression to suicide and self-harm. This resource is also available to consult with those supporting individuals going through a crisis. Mobile units and walk-in clinics are also available. See ColoradoCrisisServices.org for more information or call the number listed above.