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Anxiety ACTion Group

If you experience anxiety, the Anxiety ACTion Group can help.

Eating Concerns Dietitian Services

Students who are struggling with their relationship with food may benefit from meeting with a registered dietitian (RD).

Graduate and Professional Student Support Group

In the Graduate and Professional Student Support Group, graduate and professional students can seek support around any number of issues that are interfering with or an outgrowth of their graduate/professional school study.

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is an opportunity to talk with a mental health clinician about your concerns and to work on particular issues.

Let's Talk

Drop in for a brief one-on-one conversation with a mental health clinician from the Counseling Center. No appointment needed!

Massage Chairs

Come relax in our massage chairs for free.

Mental Health Programs

Most wellness program requests can be accommodated by our Student Wellbeing partners in the POWER (Prevention, Outreach, and Wellness Education Resources) office. 

Programming specific to the Counseling Center may include:

Online Mental Health Screening

Take free online screenings for mental health concerns.

Relaxation Rooms

Drop-in for relaxation and self-care.

Trans* and Gender Non-Conforming Support Group

Get support for concerns related to gender identity and gender expression.

Understanding Self and Others (USO) Group

Participation in Understanding Self and Others (USO) groups can improve your relationships and self-esteem.

Wellness Wednesdays Workshops

Drop in for a free, virtual workshop to improve your mental wellbeing. Topics include addressing ADHD symptoms, increasing confidence, reducing anxiety/stress, and improving nutrition. No appointment needed!