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What is SPCS?

The mission of Student Psychological Counseling Services (SPCS) is to assist students in functioning effectively in the university environment by assessing and supporting their psychological well-being as they pursue personal and academic goals.

SPCS is a department within the division of Student Affairs providing brief counseling and psychotherapy to students at Chapman University. SPCS is staffed with licensed mental health professionals, and a part time board-certified psychiatrist. Our services provide expertise, acceptance, and objective guidance in dealing with personal problems. Counseling at SPCS offers students the opportunity to look at themselves, their environment, and their relationships and facilitate positive change to enhance their emotional, relational and psychological well-being. Services are designed to assist students with a number of concerns and to enhance their ability to be more effective and successful in their academic and personal lives. While we work with students who may be experiencing a crisis, our goal is to help students manage their concerns before they develop into more serious issues.


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Contact Us


Phone: (714) 997-6778
Fax: (714) 744-7940
spcs@chapman.edu

Location: 
410 N. Glassell St.
(House between Public Safety & Student Health)

Hours:
Monday-Friday
8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
(Closed 12 p.m.-1 p.m.)

SPCS After Hours
Consultation & Crisis Services
(714) 997-6778

 

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