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Hi, I'm Izza, your Guerrero Student Center (GSC) site-based counselor.
As an on-site counselor for the Guerrero Student Center (GSC), I help students gain the tools and insights to achieve their personal and professional goals through bilingual, accessible, affirming, and inclusive mental health counseling.
How I Can Help
I offer the following services:
- short-term counseling
- vocational support
- groups and workshops
In my practice, I take a person-centered, trauma-informed, and culturally-oriented approach to working with BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, Latinx, and 1st gen students looking for support in their healing process, navigating life transitions, and empowering themselves to succeed.
Here's how you can reach me:
- Call the Guerrero Student Center at 520-621-5627. One of our assistants may take your message and I will reach out to you.
- CAPS Phone: 520-621-3334
- or complete my online contact form below
*This form is not monitored 24-7 and should not be used for mental health crises. If this is a mental health emergency, please contact the Pima County Crisis line at 520-622-6000, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency department. If you are a student or are concerned about a student, you can also call CAPS 24/7 at 520-621-3334. After-hours crisis callers may speak with a Crisis and Access Specialist by pressing 1 when prompted by the automated message.
About the GSC
The GSC offers an array of services including but not limited to culturally-affirming resources and events, academic support, mental health services, and a student lounge to support students to achieve academic and personal excellence by shaping a safe and inclusive campus environment which builds a sense of belonging, and community.
Services & Events
As your GSC counselor, I offer the following services:
- individual, single session, and short-term counseling mental health services
- community mental health referrals
- walk-in/drop-in hours
- outreach and education,
- groups/workshops that will vary depending on the needs of the center