Counseling Services

Employee Resources

We have counseling resources available to faculty and staff

  • MHW SUPPORT FOR EMPLOYEES: Monday March 22, 2021 – Friday March 26, 2021 (limited time) 

    Drop – In Group Dialogue Session Co-facilitated By LMC Counselors (2 sessions) 

    Tuesday, 3/23 – 11:30 am – 12:30 pm via Zoom 

    • Use Meeting ID: 651-959-4881

    Thursday, 3/25 – 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm via Zoom 

    • Use Meeting ID: 897 761 8679 

    Access Zoom Mobile App: 

    1). Download Zoom App

    2). Enter Counselor Zoom Personal Meeting ID or Personal Link Name field (ten-digit number that can be found in your LMC Counseling Appointment Confirmation email)

    3). Click Join a Meeting button at time of appointment

    4). Enter in Counselors Personal Meeting ID in first box

    5). Enter your information in name in First Name and Last Name fields 

    6.) Click Join button 

    Access Through Zoom Website:

    1). Visit Zoom Website at www.zoom.com

    2). Enter Counselor Zoom Personal Meeting ID or Personal Link Name field (ten-digit number that can be found in your LMC Counseling Appointment Confirmation email)

    3). Click Join a Meeting at top right

    4). Enter your information in name in First Name and Last Name fields 

    5). Click Join button 

     

  • Employee Assistance Program

    Counseling, childcare and financial services available for employees

    The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides up to five (5) individual counseling sessions, per issue, per policy year by telephone or video conference for issues related to:

    • Childcare and eldercare assistance
    • Daily living services (arranging help with errands)
    • Stress, anxiety and changes in mood
    • Grief, loss or response to traumatic life events (like COVID-19)
    • Financial or legal services; and/or
    • Concerns about drugs or alcohol use

    Learn more about the program here:

  • Consultation with a Counselor

    Employees of Los Medanos College may schedule appointments with the an LMC counselor.

  • Reporting Students of Concern

    The Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) of Los Medanos College has the goal of supporting faculty, staff, and administrators in linking students of concern to campus and community resources. Learn what to do when reporting students of concern by visiting the BIT web page.