August 24, 2001
Low-cost counseling offered at CSUS
With the start of the fall semester just
around the corner, the Center for Counseling and Diagnostic
Services at California State University, Sacramento is once
again accepting community clients for career, personal, family
and vocational rehabilitation counseling, as well as school
As many as 13 weeks of counseling are offered for a small,
The center is staffed by advanced graduate students who work
under the immediate supervision of experienced faculty members.
Longtime counseling professor Guy Deaner supervises the center.
The students provide assistance with interpersonal issues,
career problems and challenges related to disabilities. Students
also administer testing for learning disabilities and for
the Gifted and Talented program, for which full reports are
provided. A professor observes each session.
Fees are $65 per semester for counseling, $100 for learning
diagnostics and $65 for Gifted and Talented testing.
Appointments are now being accepted for the fall semester
by calling the center at (916) 278-6252.
further information send E-Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or
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