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The Mount Holyoke College Counseling Service offers various mental health, wellness, outreach and emergency services to current students and within the campus community.
During closures, phone messages and emails left for the counseling services will not be regularly checked. If you are seeking emergency services, please call 911 or Campus Police directly at 413-538-2304. You may also choose to go to the Holyoke Medical Center Emergency Room. Other sources of support include the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) (En Español: 1-888-628-9454; Options for Deaf and Hard of Hearing 1-800-799-4889), and ULifeline at www.ulifeline.org.
Please note that the 24/7 Care Line is still available even during office closures.
The Counseling Service maintains a commitment to social justice and diversity, equity, access, and inclusion, infusing the tenets of cultural humility throughout policies and practices, and in all aspects of clinical work, consultation, outreach, supervision, training, and hiring practices.
Our staff consists of licensed clinicians, a psychiatrist who prescribes medication, post-graduate and pre-graduate trainees, and administrative support staff.
Drop-in hours are designed to support students around stress, academic problems, relationships, adjusting to a new culture, family problems, financial difficulties, and other concerns.
Find links to local and national online resources for information on topics like anxiety, body image, procrastination, and more.
If you feel that you cannot wait for an appointment, please let us know that you need to be seen immediately and we will be sure to accommodate you.
Find answers to common questions by students and faculty/staff.
We maintain a list of apps that can help you with sleep, anxiety, and other concerns.
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