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Counseling, Prevention and Wellness

BHCC Health Emergency (COVID-19) Forms
These forms are for faculty, staff, students, and others to refer a student who may have been exposed to the COVID-19.

COVID-19: Student Self-Report
COVID-19: Faculty/Staff Report for a Student

Welcome to the Bunker Hill Community College personal counseling page. The BHCC personal counselors are available to students needing emotional support and guidance during difficult times. With empathy and compassion, personal counselors address concerns related to stress, anxiety, depression, loneliness, and other interpersonal issues affecting the student’s personal college experience and overall well-being. Services offered include mental health assessment, crisis intervention, psychoeducation, wellness and prevention education, community resource referrals, etc. Whatever it may be, the goal is to work with BHCC students in developing coping skills and finding appropriate community resources/support that will facilitate positive change and encourage personal growth.

Personal Counselors

Senior Academic Counselor - Sartreina Dottin

Sartreina Dottin

Personal Counselor
(617) 228-3468
smdottin@bhcc.edu

Senior Academic Counselor- Sara Satham

Sara Satham

Personal Counselor
(617) 228-2112
ssatham@bhcc.edu

Senior Academic Counselor

Raiza Felicitas

Personal Counselor
(617) 936-1995
raiza.felicitas@bhcc.edu

 

When Should I Seek Support From the Student Life Team?

The Student Life Team within the Dean of Students Office consists of three Personal Counselors who specializes in Student Life intake and referrals. All members of the Student Life Team meet with students, listen to their concerns, and assist students in developing a comprehensive action plan for academic and personal success.

Reasons a Student Should Access the Student Life Team

  • Off-Campus Referrals
  • Difficulty Transitioning to College Life
  • Missing Classes/Significantly Behind in Coursework
  • Injury or Illness
  • Experiencing Depression, Anxiety, Panic and/or other general mental health concerns
  • Suicide Ideation (thoughts of suicide or self-harm)
  • Financial Struggles/Homelessness
  • Victim of a Physical/Sexual Assault or Harassing Behavior
  • Relationship Challenges/Domestic Violence
  • Victim of Bullying
  • Alcohol or Drug Abuse
  • Eating or Exercise Disorder
  • Need to Access Multiple Campus Resources
  • Experiencing a Problem and Don’t Know Where to Go

Resources

The information below is for the use of Bunker Hill Community students and is updated periodically. Bunker Hill Community College does not accept any responsibility for the reliability of the information provided and encourages students to carefully evaluate these resources.

Local Resources

Domestic Violence Resources

National Support Organizations

Food and Housing Resources

COVID-19 Related Resources

 

The information above is for the use of Bunker Hill Community students and is updated periodically. Bunker Hill Community College does not accept any responsibility for the reliability of the information provided and encourages students to carefully evaluate these resources.