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Office of Counseling and Wellness

All counseling sessions will be conducted in person and/or when appropriate, on video, during regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. After-hour meetings will be discussed after an intake is completed.

New to QCC?

New students must request an appointment by emailing counselingandwellnessoffice [at]

What is counseling?

Counseling is a process in which you work with a professionally trained counselor in becoming a healthier human being in all aspects of life: Emotional, Intellectual, Physical, and Spiritual.
Counseling is:

  • A voluntary activity. Whether you decide to return for more sessions is up to you.
  • A confidential discussion about a situation, problem, relationship, family issue, or habit that you want to change.
  • A positive step you can take when you get stuck in life.
  • An educational and growth oriented experience.
  • An active collaboration with your counselor to find workable solutions to life barriers, not one in which a counselor "fixes" you.

If you are experiencing an Urgent Mental Health Situation during business hours, call the Counseling and Wellness Office, even if you do not have an appointment. Let us know that it is an urgent matter and we will speak with you as soon as possible. If you are experiencing a mental health crisis or emergency situation after hours, please call 911 or utilize the following 24 hour resources:

24 Hour Resources

  • ESP-Emergency Services Program through Community Healthlink Inc: 1.866.549.2142

    Walk-In Clinics:
    12 Queen Street, Worcester, MA
    40 Spruce Street, Leominster, MA

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 988, call or text
  • Massachusetts Mental Health Hotline - free mental health crisis support. We're available 24/7 to help so call now: 866.903.3787
  • YMCA Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence: 877.509.9922 / Spanish 800.223.5001
  • Massachusetts Department of Public Health Addiction Helpline: 800.327.5050