Wellness & Mental Health Resources University Counseling Center

Wellness & Mental Health Resources University Counseling Center

All of us encounter stressors, problems, and decisions in our daily lives. Often students are able to cope with these issues on their own or with the help of friends or family. Sometimes, however, you may not know how to resolve an issue, or it may be difficult to talk about certain things with people close to you. Our services are safe and confidential and are designed to be personalized and relevant for each individual student. We offer a menu of services to address the preferences and needs of our diverse student body. Our mission is to provide you with timely and flexible access to wellness and mental health resources and to empower you to find solutions, achieve your goals, and feel better.

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Staffed by a Board Certified Psychiatrist, Licensed Psychologists, and Licensed Counselors, the University Counseling Center offers a wide range of in-person and remote options to meet the mental health and wellness needs of Islander students.
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If it is an emergency please call 911. Learn about resources for students in crisis.
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Join us for events and trainings around campus designed to foster connections and mental health awareness.
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Each Islander is unique in their personal identity. Find mental health and support resources for whichever population you are part of.
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Self-care is important! We provide additional resources to help you in your self-care journey.
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We provide professional training opportunities and offer opportunities for students to either completing your practicum or internship hours with the University Counseling Center.
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We have the answers to your questions regarding the services and processes of the University Counseling Center.
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Learn about who we are and what we do at the University Counseling Center
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Curious about your mental health? Our brief anonymous Mood Check screenings can help you better understand your own mood or behavioral symptoms and decide if treatment could be helpful. Concerned about a friend or classmate? It’s important to know what to do if someone close to you is in crisis or having thoughts of suicide.