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FALL 2020 HYBRID TELE-COUNSELING AND IN-PERSON COUNSELING SERVICES:
Beginning August 17, 2020 Student Counseling will transition to a hybrid tele-mental health counseling and in-person counseling service. Fall 2020 will be a hybrid model of tele-health counseling and in-person counseling. Student Counseling will continue offering tele-health services in the place of in-person meetings, especially when at-risk students and/or staff are involved. In-person meetings will be offered when it is the best option clinically. If students are not on campus, but remain in the state of Minnesota, they are eligible for tele-health services. All new students will start with a phone consultation with a counselor to assess best service options. All returning clients should contact the office to discuss best options with your counselor and/or office staff.
UMM Student Counseling will continue following all policies, procedures and office protocol related to tele-health services and modified in-person services as detailed below.
If students are on campus, and want to meet in person, we will assess this on an as needed basis for each individual.
In-Person Expectations & Guidelines:
Let’s Talk Platform and Limitations:
MENTAL HEALTH HOTLINES FOR STUDENTS–LOCAL AND NATIONAL
Learn to Live Program Online CBT Program
Students experiencing stress, depression, or social anxiety now have access to online CBT programs through Learn to Live. The programs are confidential, flexible and available at no cost to students. Most programs are eight lessons long and include helpful resources and tools. Additionally, students can take an assessment and receive personalized results. Student Services Fee-paying students can visit Learn to Live and enter code “UMN” for access.
Students Assisting Students: Interactive Mental Health Training
Provides actual practice in student-student dialogs and making mental health referrals.
The Transition Year
This is an online resource center to help students and parents focus on emotional health before, during, and after the transition to college
Student Counseling Stress Management Presentation Information
Student Counseling offers presentations during orientation on managing your stress and taking care of yourself through mindfulness and self-care. If you missed these sessions, you can review the information.
Mental Health Resources
Crisis Consultation is available Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
You do not need to have an appointment to speak with a counselor if it is a crisis.
If you are in a life-threatening emergency call 911.
The Disability Resource Center works with students with all types of disability conditions (e.g. psychiatric, physical, vision, hearing, systemic, or learning disabilities), to ensure equal learning and working opportunities at the University of Minnesota.