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Center for Well-Being

The Center for Well-Being provides compassionate care, expertise, education, and resources to help members of our community thrive in and out of the classroom. The Center provides a full array of health, mental health, and well-being services in an integrated model. By integrating our services, we can better support students, faculty, and staff from a single location.

Our partner areas include:

Located in mid-campus:
35 South Finn Street
St. Paul Campus
(651) 962-6750

Scheduling

Scheduling an appointment is quick and easy using one of the following methods:

Health Services: Online myHealthPortal; or call 📞 (651) 962-6750

Counseling and Psychological Services: Online Scheduling for NEW clients is available through OneStThomas; or call 📞 (651) 962-6750

In-Person: walk in to the center and make an appointment for both Health Services and Counseling Services.

Wellness Coaching: Complete our Wellness Coaching Intake Form to get started.

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Services

We provide compassionate care and resources through an integrated approach to health and well-being, from mental health counseling and health promotion outreach to primary and urgent care.

Our services
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Health Requirements, Compliance, and Education

Health requirements, compliance, and education information at St. Thomas includes:

  • Health insurance requirement
  • Vaccination requirements (COVID, MMR, Tdap)
  • Registration holds
  • Student policies
  • COVID-19 education
  • Sexual violence prevention training
  • Alcohol and marijuana violations courses
See health requirements

Center for Well-Being Partners

Counseling and Psychological Services

Short-term, goal-oriented mental health services.

Health Promotion, Resilience and Violence Prevention

Health programs, resources and educational services.

COVID-19 Education

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. Members of the St. Thomas community should take action to protect themselves and others from infection.

See COVID-19 Education

Billing, Insurance & Fees

There is no cost for counseling at St. Thomas. Services received at the clinic will be submitted to your health insurance company for you.

See Billing, Insurance & Fees
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Holistic Well-Being

About the Center for Well-Being

To live a good life means to take care of the whole.

Holistic well-being includes body, mind, social, and spirit. The human body is interconnected; our physical body depends on our mental state and vice versa. Holistic well-being strives to bring a person’s mind, body, environment, and spirit into balance.