We are here for you!
Difficult issues can get in the way of academic success. We can help you manage these issues, your course workload, responsibilities, and other personal situations.
Trained and licensed staff can guide you in personal, social, educational and/or psychological matters.
The Counseling Resource Center staff offers a wide range of professional counseling services with masters level counselors.
- Skills Coaching
- Short-Term Individual Counseling
- Substance Abuse Counseling
- Personal Counseling
- Crisis Intervention
- and much more
The Counseling staff is actively recruiting Student Peer Educators. Students may contact Melissa, 486-2333, for more information.
Alcohol & Mood Disorder Screening
Free, anonymous online screenings are available to all St. Philip's College students. Screenings are available for: Depression, Bi-Polar Disorder, Alcohol Abuse, Eating Disorders, Anxiety, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The screening is provided so that you may find out, in a few minutes, whether or not professional consultation would be helpful for you.
Step One - Click Here to take a free, anonymous screening
Step Two - Enter keyword: stphilips
Faculty and Staff Services
The Counseling Resource Center (CRC) understands the important role faculty and staff play in the general well-being of students. We are pleased to provide several services in support of creating the best possible environment for our students:
- Consultation - The CRC is happy to provide consultation to faculty and staff on a variety of emotional and behavioral issues affecting students.
- Outreach Services - We can arrange to visit your class and present on a variety of topics: counseling services overview, sexual assault awareness, healthy relationships, stress in college, guided relaxation, internet safety, and more!
- Trainings/Workshops - The CRC provides trainings on SOBI, Veterans Transitioning to the Classroom, and other topics directly to faculty and staff. Please consider a training for your next department or division meeting!
Strategies of Behavior Intervention (SOBI)
The Strategies of Behavioral Intervention (SOBI) policy at the Alamo Colleges was created to guide our College community to recognize, prevent and respond to incidents that are disruptive, threatening, or violent.
Example include (but are not limited to):
- signs of harassment
- extreme anxiety
- threatening harm
- erratic behavior, or
- disconnect from reality
When in doubt, please report!
More often, faculty and staff will observe and report at-risk behaviors; however, students are encouraged to review the SOBI guidelines and report concerning behaviors to the SOBI response team.
The St. Philip’s College SOBI response team consists of the Vice President of Student Success, Dr. Sherrie Lang, along with campus counselors, disability specialists, and campus police.
For more information about SOBI contact: