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Student Counseling Services at CNM

CNM offers short-term counseling to any currently enrolled student.

Counseling services are free to any currently enrolled student.

Call 505-224-3271 for a confidential appointment


Student Services Center
900 University SE
Room SSC-207 on Second Floor

There is no charge for the service but the student is responsible for keeping the appointment or giving a MINIMUM of 24 HOURS NOTICE when canceling or rescheduling an appointment.

Some of the common reasons why students might seek counseling:

    • Stress
    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • Substance abuse
    • Domestic violence
    • Anger management
    • Relationship problems
    • Mental health concerns


The purpose of Student Counseling Services at CNM is to help students function successfully in their academic lives. When students are faced with excessive stress or difficult personal problems, psychological or psychiatric support may be helpful or necessary. 

Student Counseling Services offers assessments, brief therapy (six appointments) and referrals to mental health providers in the community who will accept insurance or provide services on a sliding scale basis. 

CNM Student Counseling is located in the Student Health Center at Main Campus in the Student Services Center SSC 207. Call 224-3271 or stop by the Student Health Center to schedule an appointment.

CNM does not provide after hours or weekend emergency mental health services. In case of an after-hours mental health emergency, the student needs to call the New Mexico State Mental Health Crisis Line:  1-855-662-7474 or dial 911.

CNM does not provide after hours or weekend emergency mental health services. In the case of an after hours mental health emergency, the student needs to call the University of New Mexico mental health (UNMH) crisis line at (505) 272-2920, or go to the UNMH 24 hour clinic at 2600 Marble NE, Albuquerque, NM.

CNM does not provide court-ordered counseling, nor does it provide reports for the court or probation office. CNM can provide you with referrals to outside services that do provide counseling and reports for the court.