August 22, 2000
Available at CSUS
Thinking of jumping into the dot-com world, starting a business or even taking up steer wrestling? Spouse seeming a bit distant?
For that and much more, a little counseling can go a long way. And a good place to get it is at the Center for Counseling and Diagnostic Services at California State University, Sacramento.
Every school year, the center offers career, family and vocational rehabilitation counseling, as well as learning disabilities testing. Fees are just $50 per semester for counseling and $75 for learning disabilities testing. Signups are now being taken for fall semester sessions which begin Aug. 28.
The center is staffed by advanced graduate students who work under the immediate supervision of experienced faculty members. Long-time counseling professor Guy Deaner supervises the center.
Students provide assistance with interpersonal and career problems, with a professor observing each session. They also administer testing for learning disabilities. Appointments may be made by calling (916) 278-6252.
For further information send E-Mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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