Students: Want to Talk?
Join us for a collaborative discussion about your thoughts and feelings regarding the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery. These online conversations are intended to be a safe space for you to recognize and express your emotions. Each session will be moderated by Psychological Services staff members.
These discussions are open to all students but you must register ahead of time. Choose the day you prefer and click the button to submit the online form. You will be sent a confirmation notice with a Zoom video link on the day of the session.
Welcome to Psychological Services
Dear De Anza College Community,
While you won't be able to visit us in person during the 2020 spring quarter, you can still reach us by phone and email.
We are offering 45-minute counseling sessions to students, either over the phone or online. Additionally, in order to support as many students as possible this quarter, we are waiving the 10-session limit. Any student who has previously been seen may request an appointment, and sessions will not count toward your 10-session limit.
Students can schedule an appointment by calling 408.864.8868 or emailing email@example.com. You’ll need to provide your eight-digit student identification number, also known as a campuswide ID or CWID.
You can also consult our list of other mental health programs and these resource guides from
We know this is a stressful and uncertain time for many. Please take care of yourself, check your email inbox for notices from the college, and watch for updates on the college’s Online Spring webpage.
William Firmender, Ph.D.
Interim Director, De Anza Psychological Services
The Psychological Services office has moved to the second floor of the Registration & Student Services (RSS) building. You can now find us in Room 258. Please check in with Suzanna our admin, in our new lobby. Suzanna can assist you with the correct paperwork, booking an appointment, giving you information about our services, and more.
For life threatening emergencies, call 9-1-1.
- Please call (408) 864-8868 to schedule an appointment
- Visit our Appointments webpage for more information
- Please download these forms to fill out before your first session
More About Our Services
- We also offer a series of mental health educational workshops each quarter to help you manage your stress before it manages you!
Scholarships & Resources for LGBTQIA+ Students:
The Psychological Services office at De Anza is NOT a 24-hour program.
For immediate crisis intervention, please call:
- Suicide and Crisis Service
Santa Clara County
1.855.278.4204 (Toll Free)
- National Suicide Prevention & Hotline for Veterans
1.800.273.TALK (8255) (Toll Free)
- Crisis Text Line
Text: "COURAGE" To: 741-741
For life-threatening emergencies, call 9-1-1.