Mental Health Services

Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Individual Counseling

  • Involves one-to-one meetings or sessions
  • Provides an opportunity to resolve personal and interpersonal issues
  • Offers a safe place to explore issues and receive feedback
  • Helps a student to develop more effective coping and problem-solving skills

Couples Counseling

  • Involves both members in the relationship meeting with a counselor to address communication and   relationship issues
  • Offers an opportunity for couples to learn to communicate more effectively in resolving issues and conflicts

Group Counseling

  • Involves meeting with 6 to 8 other students who have similar issues that interfere with their ability to function at an optimal level (groups are formed as needed)
  • Offers a safe place to learn and practice more effective ways of relating to others
  • Offers honest, supportive feedback about behaviors that are hurtful to oneself or to others

Additional Mental Health Services

  • Crisis Intervention
  • Psychiatric Consultation
  • Short Term Counseling/Referrals
  • Consultation/Outreach
  • Online Assistance
  • SAMHSA Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

The Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection

(The University of Chicago)

A collection of information from college counseling centers around the country- information is organized by subject.

Access the Collection


ULifeline is an online resource center for college student mental health and emotional well being.  Learn more about mental health, ask questions, find answers, seek help for yourself or someone you care about.