Student Counseling Services
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314-977-7192 (main office)
Mental health services are available to all Saint Louis University students, including full-time, part-time, graduate, law, and medical students. We provide a broad range of services to the Saint Louis University community, including individual and couples counseling, educational and therapy groups, psychiatry, outreach and programming, and consultation to groups, departments, and organizations.Counselors are prepared to help with many student concerns:
- Relationship problems with family, friends and roommates
- Adjustment to college life
- Self acceptance/worth
- Loneliness, sadness, and anger
- Family stress, such as divorce
- Trauma (e.g. sexual assault, abuse history)
- Alcohol, drug, or eating related issues
- Eating concerns
- Stress management
- Identity, diversity, and acculturation issues
For Mental Health Emergencies, a trained and licensed counselor is on call 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year at 314-977-2323.
What about confidentiality?
Confidentiality is often a concern of those who seek counseling. The SLU counseling team values your confidentiality extraordinarily highly. Therefore, your complete privacy can be assured UNLESS you are a danger to yourself or others. Furthermore, mental health information and records are not available to
anyone outside or within the university without your written permission. If you have additional questions about matters of confidentiality, please ask your counselor.
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Information about scheduling and appointment, what to expect, and what you should bring for your first appointment.
Faculty and Staff Resources
Reference points for how to deal with student mental health needs, as well as how to get them connected with needed resources.
A listing of professional, student, and support staff, their biographies, and contact information.
A peer resource for SLU student athletes to go to for discussion and dialogue on difficult issues.
The Student Health Advocates/Peer Educator program believes students can challenge and influence each other for better overall wellness.
SHARP was created to aid students in making more informed, better decisions about alcohol use.
SLU Active Minds
Dedicated to changing the way college students approach the concept of mental health.
Special programs and gatherings hosted by Student Counseling.