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UCONN Students

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Individual, Couple and Family therapy are available for UCONN students at the Humphrey Clinic ($15 per session).  To complete a telephone intake and set up an appointment, call 860-486-3692.   Typical issues for students include anxiety, depression, family issues, relationships, past trauma, conflict with roommates or friends,  stress management, managing academic load, making decisions about the future. Resources for students and some of the collaborators with the Humphrey Clinic include:

 

Counseling & Recovery

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UCONN Psychological Services

UCONN recovery community

Wellness and Prevention

 

Sexual or Dating Violence

Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Sexual or Relationship Violence Information UCONN

Statewide Sexual Assault Resources

 

Health & Nutrition

Nutrition Services

Student Health Services

 

Activities & Social Support

Career Services

Cultural Centers

Student Activities

 

Studying Marriage and Family Therapy

UConn MFT Training and Family Studies

Things To Do Before Becoming a MFT

 

Diversity & Equity

UConn is committed to creating and maintaining a campus environment free from all forms of sexual harassment, sexual violence, relationship violence and stalking. Please visit titleIX.uconn.edu for more information regarding available support, resources, and reporting options. It is important for the University community to know that the resources contained on the website can offer assistance even if you choose not to pursue a University or criminal investigation. This includes help with medical and counseling services, academic and housing support, referrals to legal and confidential advocacy organizations, and assistance with employment, visa and immigration, transportation, financial aid matters and more.

The Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) ensures the University’s commitment and responsibility to foster diverse and inclusive working and learning environments, which includes compliance with the University’s non-discrimination and anti-harassment policies, as well as state and federal laws and regulations related to equal opportunity and affirmative action. Please visit equity.uconn.edu for more information regarding support, OIE’s process and training.

Center for Students with Disabilities