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Counseling center

LOCATION:

Student Service Building (SSB 350)

 

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REGULAR OFFICE HOURS:

MON & THUR 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.       

TUES & WED 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  
FRI 8:30 a.m to 1:00 p.m.

 

 

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TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT:

Please come to the Counseling Center or call (310) 287-7242.

* If you are more than 10 minutes late, your appointment will be considered as no-show. Students can reschedule if an appointment slot is available.


 

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FALL HOURS:

Mon: 11:00am - 3:00pm

Wed: 1:30pm - 5:30pm

Thur: 10:30am - 1:30pm

Fri: 9:00am - 12:00pm 

 

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The Counseling Department at West Los Angeles College assists students in making decisions regarding educational, career, and personal concerns. Counseling is available for educational, transfer and career exploration. These services are provided for professional counselors through individual counseling, workshops and referrals to resources on and off campus.
 
The primary goal of the Counseling Center is to provide opportunities for students to clarify their values and goals, to make decisions, to develop self-confidence, self-direction and self-esteem.
 
An academic counseling session begins with educational goal-setting, exploring education options and opportunities, evaluating the student’s educational background, and providing the student with clear, concise, up-to-date educational information. Counselors can assist individuals to assess their interests, strengths, abilities, and values; to set goals; to make plans to accomplish those goals; and to address personal problems or barriers that impede plans to fulfilling those educational goals.
 
A counseling session will also assist individuals in selecting of appropriate programs of study relative to their chosen objectives. Individual student/counselor conferences are available by appointment. Counseling is available on a walk-in basis during registration only.
 
Entering (first year) students are encouraged to enroll in Personal Development courses (PD 4, 5, 8, 17, 20 or 40).
These courses are designed to help students become better acquainted with the educational opportunities at West Los Angeles College, and will assist students in developing programs of study that will help them attain their educational goals.

 

 

 Our Counselors

Counseling Department

(310) 287-7242

 

Sherron Rouzan, Department Chair (310) 287-4257 RouzanST@wlac.edu

Helen Young, Transfer Center Director  

(310) 287-4289

YoungHP@wlac.edu

Adriana Martinez 

(310) 287-4356 

MartinaF@wlac.edu

Andrea Frederic

(310) 287-4260

FrederAM@wlac.edu 

Alma Narez-Acosta

(310) 287-4259

Narez-A@wlac.edu

Casey Hunter

(310) 287-4495

HunterC@wlac.edu

Jawell Samilton

(310) 287-4364

SamiltJB@wlac.edu

Marcela Hernandez

(310) 287-7245

HernanMV2@wlac.edu

Murrell Green

(310) 287-4429

GreenMD@wlac.edu

Nancy Brambila

(310) 287-4449 

BrambiN@wlac.edu

Patricia Banday

(310) 287-4473

BandayPG@wlac.edu

Tamara Jones-Jamison

(310) 287-4247 

JonesTE@wlac.edu
Vidal Valle (310) 287-4210 ValleV@wlac.edu

 

 Our Office Staff

Cristi Lizares                                   (310) 287-4257 LizareC@wlac.edu    
Darrell Roberson (310) 287-4542 RobersD@wlac.edu
Lizbeth Martinez (310) 287-4399 MartinLN@wlac.edu