Apps can be used to promote relaxation, build healthy habits, and better understand your mental health.
We have made an audio relaxation exercise available. Listen online or download to your MP3 player!
Light box therapy can be a helpful treatment for seasonal affective disorder.
You can work with a counselor to explore your concerns and work toward a better understanding and resolution of your difficulties.
One of the best ways to learn about yourself and how you interact with others is by being in a group. Groups typically have 6-8 students and are facilitated by two counselors.
If you or a friend need immediate help, please call Counseling and Psychological Services at (651) 962-6780.
If you are concerned about your drinking behavior, Counseling and Psychological Services staff can help you assess whether it is a problem and what steps you can take to change it.
If you have concerns about a friend, want to do team building with your organization or are wondering how to deal with a troubled student, Counseling and Psychological Services staff can help you find a solution.
Counseling and Psychological Services can help you find options for mental health services in the metropolitan area if your concerns cannot be resolved in the short term model we use or if you are ineligible for services.
St. Paul Location
Mail Box: Mail #4040
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday:
8:00am - 4:30 pm; Closed 12-1pm
Wednesdays: 8:00am - 6:30pm; Closed 12-1pm
Terrence Murphy Hall, Suite 100 S
1000 LaSalle Avenue
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
(1st floor of TMH, across from the Public Safety Desk)
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday:
7:00am – 3:30 pm; Closed 12:30-1pm
Tuesdays: 7am - 5pm; Closed 12-1pm
The transition to college after high school or just after a summer at home can be challenging. We’re here to help! Please stop by Counseling and Psychological Services (356 MHC) if you’d like to talk about it.
Visit Public Safety's web site for videos on staying safe on campus and in relationships. (UST Login required)
Check out the new University of Texas interactive stress management web site. It has the most up to date information along with quizzes and games.