Mental Health Services Providers
Lynn Bristow, LCSW
Lynn Bristow, LCSW, Clinical Supervisor at Modesto Junior College Health Services since 2018, provides brief therapy/counseling to students and supervises our Masters in Social Work Interns from CSU Stanislaus. Lynn, once an MJC student and the first in her family to obtain a college degree (but not the last!), has an extensive background in providing mental health and support services to the community in a variety of settings. Lynn has worked with people as young as 2 years old to over 100. Lynn graduated from CSU Fresno with her Master of Social Work degree and was licensed in 2005. Lynn knows the struggle of being a student, working, and having family commitments all at the same time. Lynn loves the fact that at MJC you don’t have to have a “mental illness” to get services, if you want support, or to brainstorm ideas to improve self-care (being a student is hard) or want to work on issues like anxiety, depression, grief, etc., then the door is open to all active students.
Rosio Mejia is a first-generation college student and was a former Modesto Junior College student. She holds an Associate of Arts degree from Modesto Junior College and a Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University, Stanislaus in Psychology. She is currently in the 2-year Master of Social Work Program at California State University, Stanislaus.
Much of Rosio's field work experience has been in providing school-based mental health services and bilingual social work services and resources to children, youth, and families that are at-risk in her community.
Rosio has a strong passion for working with students because as a first-generation student herself, she understands that many students are faced with barriers that interfere with the access to resources, support, and opportunities. She would like to be the support and resource for students that are faced with different life challenges.
Rosio hopes to one day become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and provide mental health services to students in Stanislaus County.
Call Health Services at (209) 575-6038 to schedule an appointment.