Uvu Spring 2023 Calendar – At Mental Health Services, we provide assessment and treatment for a variety of mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, anxiety, substance abuse and relationship issues. We offer therapy in many forms, including: individual therapy, group therapy, and couples therapy. Please access our new digital portal below to schedule an initial appointment.
This online course lasts about an hour and a half. It provides a basic overview of mental health information for college and university students, as well as some ways to help other students dealing with mental health issues.
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Due to the high demand for our therapy services, you must be enrolled in 9+ credit hours to receive individual therapy (6+ credit hours in the summer). Proof of current registration is required. If you are enrolled in 8 credit hours or less, we encourage you to consider joining one of our FREE therapy groups at a day and time that is most convenient for you. Look
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See the section below for more information on our group program. If you are new to our groups, you can also use the RI digital portal below to start the process.
Please note that mental health services are only available to currently enrolled students. Also, please note that we do not offer services to students who are under the age of 18, or to full-time employees.
(Must take at least 9 credit hours in the fall or spring semester, or 6 credit hours in the summer)
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*Please note: If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need immediate help, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 9-8-8, or 9-1 – Make a call.
Our business hours are Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. (except for campus closures), if you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please call the Student Health Services athletic desk at 801-863-8876 and inform the athlete that you would like to make an appointment with a crisis therapist. If you prefer to make an appointment with a Victim Navigator, ask to make a Navigator appointment.
You can find copies of some of our commonly used forms by clicking on the links below. Please note that the Informed Consent form is included in the documentation when an initial appointment is made through our new digital portal (see above).
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Many students face academic, family or psychological difficulties for which they seek individual therapy. Mental Health Services offers short-term therapy for currently enrolled students. Mental Health Services can provide students with a maximum of 24 sessions during their term. To qualify for individual therapy services, you must be enrolled in at least 9 credit hours in the fall and/or spring semester (6 credit hours in the summer).
You will work with your therapist during the first session to determine the most appropriate course of treatment for your specific problems. If long-term care is needed, the therapist may refer you to a community therapist.
Many of our therapists are licensed professionals. We also have training therapists who work under the supervision of a licensed therapist. All our trainers receive regular supervision to ensure you receive the best care possible.
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Sometimes, due to our high demand for services, we have a waiting time for personal treatment. If this is true for you, then consider joining one of our free therapy groups.
To qualify for individual therapy, you must be enrolled in at least 9 credit hours (6 credit hours in the summer).
If you are enrolled in less than 9 credit hours, you may not participate in individual therapy, but you are welcome to take advantage of group therapy. There is also an emergency for those in suicidal crisis; This service is available to all students Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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During the first appointment, your therapist will ask questions to gather information about why you are seeking treatment and information about your history. Sometimes trying to put everything you’ve experienced into words can feel a little overwhelming. You should take your time when sharing in the first session.
It can help to write notes about what you want to discuss in your session throughout the week. Your therapist may also ask you to do specific tasks that will help you with your specific problems.
We now offer in-person and online appointments. If you have a specific preference to meet with a therapist online or in person, please indicate this when you complete your initial paperwork. If you are seeing an individual therapist, all of our therapist offices are located in SC-221. If you meet with a therapist online, the visit will take place over a HIPAA-compliant video conferencing platform.
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Many times throughout the year, student requests for individual therapy far exceed our capacity. In an effort to make the most of our limited resources, we often have to use a ‘waiting list’. Being on the waiting list means you are in line to work with an individual therapist. The amount of time an individual remains on the waiting list before being contacted to set up an initial appointment varies depending on the availability of our staff. Unfortunately, this sometimes leads to a long wait before treatment begins. Furthermore, once the waiting list is full, students are left with limited options for treatment.
The good news is that we often have immediate openings in group therapy! There are many benefits to being in a group. Groups are a great place to get feedback from others, try new behaviors, learn and practice assertiveness, and get support. Research has shown that group therapy is as effective as individual therapy in helping an individual achieve individual therapy goals. Check out the group therapy section of our website below or contact our Group Coordinator at GroupTherapy@ for more information on group therapy.
Many times couples in a cohabiting, premarital or marital relationship are looking for ways to improve the quality of their relationship or need help solving a problem in their relationship. Mental Health Services (MHS) offers a workshop for couples who want to strengthen their relationship and offers marriage counseling for those who want to address relationship concerns. Many professionals have specialized training in marriage therapy.
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MHS offers couples therapy for those who want to deal with difficulties in their relationship. Below is a list of signs to help you and your partner assess whether your relationship could use professional help:
Of course, there’s no guarantee that marriage counseling is the answer, but Mental Health Services therapists are ready and willing to help you and your partner through these issues so you can move toward a fulfilling relationship. If you would like to schedule an appointment for marriage counseling, please contact us
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Trying to decide if the group is right for you? Watch this short video that provides a general introduction to group therapy. Once you’re done, you can read this page for specific information about our FREE therapy groups.
Groups are available to all currently enrolled students. Below is our group schedule for Spring 2023. From the list, choose the group that works best for you at this time. Click on that group day or time for a description of what to expect in group therapy. You may also want to review
(which will be included in the paperwork you will complete before the first group session). If the program indicates that a particular group is ‘CLOSED’, then that group is not currently accepting new members. Please see the bulleted list of topics below if there are no open groups associated with your program to see how you can request that a new group be opened.
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Below is a list with brief descriptions of our groups. Please note that group scheduling varies from semester to semester.
GENERAL THERAPY GROUPS These sessions help students gain personal insight, improve communication skills and explore relationships. The groups are open to all currently enrolled students and address a variety of problems, issues and areas of concern. While the groups are facilitated by therapists, the agenda for each group and each session is primarily student-driven.
WOMEN’S THERAPY GROUP These sessions are very similar to general therapy groups, but offer a women-only environment and a special focus on women’s issues.
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MEN’S GROUP These sessions are very similar to regular therapy groups, but offer a men-only environment and focus specifically on men’s issues.
LGBTQ+ GROUP These sessions are very similar to general therapy groups, but only in an LGBTQ+ setting and focus specifically on LGBTQ+ issues.
Eating FOOD/BODY IMAGE This session will primarily explore the relationship between mental health concerns and the body.