♥♥♥ We here at Counseling Services understand the stress of living in a world with COVID-19. We have a webpage with resources dedicating to helping you cope during this time of pandemic crisis. ♥♥♥

♥♥♥ Check it out here: Coping with COVID-19. ♥♥♥

♥♥♥  UMSL Health, Counseling and Disability Access Services joins the rest of our university community in expressing our care and concern for everyone who has been impacted by the difficult circumstances of the past weeks and months. At a time when we are collectively feeling the impact of a global pandemic, we are now facing the sadness, pain, frustration and anger of our nation’s longstanding history of systemic discrimination and racially motivated injustices. While the tragedies, most recently in Minneapolis and Atlanta, can be traumatizing for all of us, we recognize that tragedies like this are especially injurious to members of our African American community and other people of color. It is normal to experience a wide range of emotions when experiencing these events. Please know that we are committed to providing supportive care to all UMSL students, particularly those who have been impacted by these experiences. 

We stand ready to provide sensitive and compassionate care for your physical and mental health needs. We currently provide limited in person services, but are readily available for secure and confidential virtual meetings with all clinical staff, as well as hosting weekly support group sessions. Additionally, we hope that the resources and services available on our website are of assistance. We sincerely invite you to contact us if you, or someone you know, needs support with coping and healing in these trying times. ♥♥♥


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How Do I Know If I Need Counseling?

People with a wide range of problems and concerns benefit from counseling. Anxiety, depression, relationship problems, difficulties with school or work, and identity questions are some reasons people come to see a counselor.  

A Guide To The Counseling Experience at UMSL

What is counseling? How do I set up a counseling appointment? What can I expect in the first session? 

Free Online Screenings for Alcohol/Marijuana problems

Take one of our free, anonymous screenings to check out your usage of alcohol/marijuana.  

 Here's our calendar of free events happening around UMSL:


General Disclaimer:  The content on this website is provided for general information purposes only and is not intended in any way to be a substitute for face-to-face professional recommendations. Persons seeking such recommendations should consult with a qualified health care professional. The content offered on this site should not be used for diagnosis or treatment of a mental or medical condition. Do not disregard professional recommendations or delay seeking professional consultation as a result of something you have read on this site.