Any UW-Madison student is eligible to use Survivor Services and our Women’s Health Clinic
**Let's Talk has concluded for the spring semester and will resume in September.**
Let’s Talk provides no-cost, informal, confidential consultations at locations around campus. No appointment is necessary, so you can drop in during the times identified below. Speaking with a Let’s Talk counselor can help provide insight, support, and information about other resources. Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and doesn’t constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, help explore solutions, and introduce you to what it’s like to speak to a member of our staff.
Read our Let's Talk FAQ
No topic is off limits. Common concerns include:
- Academic performance
- Family problems
- Financial struggles
Fall Semester Schedule
|College Library (2191B)||Ben deBoer
|Student Activity Center (3158)||Amy Margulies
|Union South (TITU)||Maha Baalbaki
11 am-1 pm
|School of Education (154)||Brian Drozd
|Union South (TITU)||Jeff Hird
Please note: Consultants may not begin new conversations with students within the last 15 minutes of the shift.
Who should visit Let’s Talk?
Any student can come to a Let’s Talk consultation, but it’s the best fit for students who:
- Aren’t sure about counseling or wonder what it’s like to talk to a counselor;
- Aren’t interested in ongoing counseling but would like the perspective of a counselor;
- Have a specific problem and would like someone with whom to talk it through; or
- Have a concern about a friend or family member and would like ideas about what to do.
Times and locations occasionally change throughout the semester. Check back for the most up-to-date information.
Questions about Let’s Talk?
Email Simone Collins, Director of Campus-Based Services or call 608-265-5600.
Need help with an urgent mental health crisis? UHS offers 24-hour crisis intervention services for enrolled students or for those who are concerned about an enrolled student. If you are feeling desperate or thinking about suicide, or you’re afraid for the well-being of someone you know, you can call UHS at 608-265-5600 ( option 9). Click here for more information about our crisis services.