Mental Health Screenings
In collaboration with the College Response Team, a national mental health screening organization, the Personal Growth and Counseling Center organizes several on campus screenings throughout the year. Screenings for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, and alcohol use disorders are conducted in classrooms, residence halls, the counseling center, and as special events. Based on screening results, students may be referred for follow-up services.
The Personal Growth and Counseling Center also offers online confidential and anonymous screenings for students. Theses screenings are available using CSUMB's Online Screening Program.
ULifeline provides CSUMB students with: a quick mental health test, tools to learn more about mental health issues and the warning signs of emotional distress and suicide. The site also provides and access the PGCC's confidentiality policies, emergency contact information, and on- and off-campus resources.
CSUMB is associated with Screening for Mental Health, Inc. (SMH), an organization dedicated to promoting the improvement of mental health by providing the public with education, screening, and treatment resources.Clicking here or the image below will take the student to Mental Health screening page.
Types of Screenings
Confidential and anonymous screenings for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, alcohol use disorders, and eating disorders.
When students start their screening, they can choose between describing how they feel or selecting the specific screening they feel is right for them.
After Taking the Screening
After taking the screening, the student will be taken to a results page where their results will be displayed. Suggestions will be given to the student, which may include making contact to see a clinician or mental health professional.
If you want to talk to someone about your results, please contact the Personal Growth and Counseling Center to schedule an assessment with a mental health professional. We are here to listen to you and assist you in addressing your concerns.