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Behavioral Health Providers

Behavioral health providers (BHPs) are psychologists, social workers, and other mental health professionals who work with medical providers and patients to consider the physical, emotional, and behavioral aspects of health, and determine therapeutic courses of action. A BHP can help students develop behavioral change plans for tobacco cessation, weight loss, alcohol use, exercise or other lifestyle modifications. A BHP can also help develop skills to effectively manage emotional or behavioral difficulties such as stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, anger, and relationship problems.

To schedule a consultation with a behavioral health provider, students should discuss their interest with a medical provider from UHS.