Join us every Tuesday and Thursday from 10:30 – 11:15 am in Room 4213 in the SAC. All levels are welcome!
At University Health Services, we take a multidisciplinary team approach to treating eating disorders.
An AODA assessment provides an opportunity to meet one-on-one with an alcohol and drug specialist, who will evaluate the nature of any problems a student is having with alcohol or drugs.
Let’s Talk is a program that provides drop-in consultations at locations around campus for UW-Madison students
Couples counseling provides a comfortable, private, and non-judgmental setting for partners to examine and improve their relationship.
UHS psychiatric services offers outpatient psychiatric care that focuses on medication management and evaluation. Our integrated clinical approach includes a review of previous treatment, a thorough diagnostic evaluation, and the proposal of a treatment plan.
Everyone who comes to Mental Health starts with an Access Consultation to collaboratively determine your needs and connect you to the best resources.
In an individual, 50-minute counseling session, mental health providers work with students to address emotional, psychological, physical, academic, or spiritual issues that cause dysfunction or distress.
Group counseling provides an opportunity to share experiences, learn perspectives, and experiment with new behaviors in a safe and supportive environment.
UHS has 24-hour crisis intervention services for students or those who are concerned about a student.