Counseling Services

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Whether you are facing a difficult life experience, wanting tools and support to manage stress, or seeking personal growth SFCC Counseling Services is here to help.

Helpful things to know about Counseling:

  • Counseling is free of charge for all registered SFCC students
  • Counselor will listen carefully and work with you as a student to support you in ways that are meaningful to your specific circumstances
  • Counseling is confidential and is not part of your academic record
  • There is a private room available for students awaiting counseling sessions
  • For many students, it is their first time coming to counseling
  • Counselors are professionally licensed

Some ways the counselor may provide support:

  • Attentive listening and compassionate support
  • Sharing useful skills such as anxiety reduction techniques and  stress management strategies
  • Collaborating in development of an action plan or practices to meet student’s emotional, academic and personal goals
  • Provide community referrals and resources that support student wellbeing
  • Self-care and relational support
  • Support students with short term services and provide a bridge to long term professional care if needed.

SFCC has an in-person counselor at the Student Wellness Center

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

  • To make an appointment, contact or call
  • Walk-ins are welcome to come to the Student Wellness Center (LL312) and if the onsite counselor is available she will meet with you or schedule a time as soon as possible.
  • If the counselor is not available, students have the option of a private room to contact UWill online counseling or any support hotline (we have an available list in the room or see resources below)
  • SFCC Counselor can make online appointments during open
    office hours Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

SFCC Counseling Services works in collaboration with Uwill, which offers students free immediate access to teletherapy, a direct crisis connection, and wellness programming through its easy to use online platform. Uwill is Private. Secure. Confidential.

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  • Create a profile with Uwill. 
  • Choose a therapist based on your preferences including availability, issue, gender, language, ethnicity. 
  • Choose a time that fits your schedule with day, night and weekend availability.

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If a student is experiencing a mental health crisis, help is available 24/7/365.

Call 833.646.1526  (This line is staffed by a licensed counselor)If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911.

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Uwill also provides students free access to on-demand wellness programming through its easy to use online platform. Select wellness from the left hand side navigation menu to relax and recharge your mind and body. Uwill wellness includes a wide range of videos for yoga, academic breaks, relationship support, meditation, and more! Allow Uwill to help you discover greater focus and balance as you navigate the semester.

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If you need any assistance when using Uwill, you can refer to the Uwill FAQ and User Guide or reach out directly to Uwill at 833.99.Uwill or

The Counseling Office is located in the Student Wellness Center in the lower West Wing Atrium, Suite LL312.


Connection to Mental Health Resources

    • Worried about your safety or someone you know;

    • Having a hard time managing strong emotions;

    • Feeling hopeless, confused, or angry;

    • Worried about alcohol or drug use (substance use);

    • Need information or referrals for local community services;

    • Have something on your mind that you want to talk over with someone outside of current situation;

    • Service member or veteran and their families in need.

People who call 988 are given these options:

    • Press 1 to connect with the Veterans Crisis Line

    • Press 2 to connect with the Spanish Subnetwork

    • Press 3 to connect to the LGBTQI support for youth and young adults

    • Remain on the line or press 0 and be connected to a local crisis center; if local crisis center is unable to answer, the caller is routed to a national backup center

People who text “TALK” to 988 will be connected to crisis centers equipped to respond to texts.

New Mexico Crisis Line

New Mexico Crisis Line 1-855-662-7474 to talk to a professional counselor,
1-855-227-5485 (TTY)

Warm Line

Peer Support Specialists can help you if you are feeling isolated, need someone to talk to, looking for support for yourself or someone else. Please call 1-855-466-7100.

National Suicide Prevention

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
at 1-800-273-8255

Solace Crisis Treatment Center, Santa Fe

For support regarding rape or sexual assault, contact
Solace Crisis Treatment Center
at 800-721-7273

Esperanza Shelter, Santa Fe

For domestic violence, contact
Esperanza Shelter
at 800-473-5220

First Responder Support

For first responder support please visit the
First Responder Resources site.