Make an Appointment
De Anza Psychological Services is NOT a 24-hour program
Meet with a Psychological Services Counselor
Appointments are available and may be made Monday to Thursday from 8am to 5pm and on Friday from 8am to 4pm.
Please cancel an appointment you cannot attend at least 48 hours in advance.
Follow these steps to make an appointment.
- Call Psychological Services at 408.864.8868. You can also visit us in person to schedule your appointment or email Dr. Florence Wang with the subject "Appointment Request." We are located in Room 127 of the Registration & Student Services Building.
- State that you need personal/psychological counseling.
- Make an appointment.
- Fill out the pre-appointment forms linked below.
- Come to the Registration & Student Services Building (formerly the Student & Community Services Building), Rm 127 (round the corner from the college Bookstore) to meet with your counselor.
Arrive 10-15 minutes early if you have not yet completed paperwork. Check in and then wait in the waiting area. (See map for building location).
Please download and complete the following PDF documents before coming for your first appointment. The CCAPS assessment is given to all students before session to gather information about the issues they would like to speak about in therapy. Please bring these forms and any questions you have to your first session.
If you have questions regarding the forms or do not feel comfortable in completing all or any of them, do not worry.
Just bring the forms with you for your first appointment. Your counselor would be more than willing to speak with you about your concerns.
After You Arrive
1. Check in. Check in with Psychological Services Personnel. Complete any paperwork that you have not completed in advance. Make a payment for your session if you have already completed the 5 free sessions.
2. Meet your therapist. Your therapist will come and find you in the waiting area. You will be invited to a therapy room, where you can speak in private with the therapist. The therapist will review your paperwork, gather some more information about you, and explain how therapy works.
3. Therapy. You will be invited to tell why you made an appointment. The therapist will give you a chance to speak and may ask you questions. The therapist will make sure you are comfortable. You are welcome to ask any questions you have. Therapy sessions usually last 50 minutes.
The first 5 sessions are free. Sessions 6-10 cost $10 per session. Sessions 11-15 cost $15 per session. All following sessions cost $20 per session. Payment can be made in the Psychological Services Office at the time of scheduling an appointment. ONLY credit or debit cards are accepted. Please cancel at least 48 hours before your session in order to avoid being charged for a missed session.