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Student Care and Assistance

Student Care and Assistance is staffed by consultants who can help you navigate any situation. Make an appointment with Student Care and Assistance to get started:

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Employee Assistance Program

The Employee Assistance Program can help faculty, staff, and their families navigate situations and connect with the right resources. Make an appointment to get started:

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Individual Counseling

Individual counseling can be a great way to explore and improve your mental health. Browse these providers to find one that fits your needs:

Individual Counseling Providers

Group Counseling

Group counseling includes groups of students who may have similar issues to explore or discuss. The university offers several options for group counseling. Browse these options to learn more:

Group Counseling Providers

Couples Therapy

Couples therapy addresses the unique needs of couples and interpersonal relationships. Find campus providers for couples therapy at this link:

Couples Therapy Providers

Services for Students

Students: we are here for you! The university offers a wide variety of services for the unique needs of students. Take a look at your options here:

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Services for Faculty and Staff

Faculty and staff have several choices for mental health support on campus. Browse your options here:

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Browse all providers

Our "Find Help Now" page contains all campus services, organized by who they serve and what broad service categories they offer. Search or browse all providers here:

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Report a Problem

If you have concerns you'd like to send to the Office of the Dean of Students for followup, please use this form. An Office of the Dean of Students staff member will contact you to discuss resources based on your report.  

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Services for Graduate and Professional Students

Graduate and professional students: we are here for you! The university offers a wide variety of services to meet your needs:

 services for graduate and professional students

Services for Employees

UI employees have several choices for mental health support on campus. Browse your options here:

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Services for Postdocs

Postdocs have access to a wide variety of choices for mental health support on campus. Browse your options here:

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24-Hour Support

Undergraduate, graduate, professional students, and postdocs can get support via phone, chat, or text 24 hours/day. Call or text 844-461-5420, or visit this page to chat online now

UI Support and Crisis Line

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The University of Iowa is dedicated to providing high quality mental health services and resources to students, faculty, staff, their families, and the community. 

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Distress Tolerance Workshop (for Emotional Regulation)

Friday, January 27, 2023 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Virtual
This is a 60-minute workshop focused on learning distress tolerance skills. Distress tolerance is the ability to manage distressing emotions and effectively move through stressful situations in an effective manner. This is a three-week series and students will need to attend all three weeks in order. This is a DBT informed curriculum-driven series with structure and specific learning objectives and topics for each week. All participants will receive handouts with exercises to be completed both...
Distress Tolerance Workshop (for Emotional Regulation) promotional image

Distress Tolerance Workshop (for Emotional Regulation)

Friday, February 3, 2023 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Virtual
This is a 60-minute workshop focused on learning distress tolerance skills. Distress tolerance is the ability to manage distressing emotions and effectively move through stressful situations in an effective manner. This is a three-week series and students will need to attend all three weeks in order. This is a DBT informed curriculum-driven series with structure and specific learning objectives and topics for each week. All participants will receive handouts with exercises to be completed both...
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Chronic Health Support Group

Friday, February 3, 2023 2:30pm to 3:30pm
School, work, and simply managing everyday demands can feel overwhelming. It can be even more challenging when you have a chronic health condition. Join us in a space where you can meet other students who may validate, encourage, and understand your experiences. Feel free to just show-up or you can contact Dr. Marie Adams (marie-adams@uiowa.edu) with questions. Location: SDS Office, Main Conference Room Time: 2:30-3:30 p.m. Dates and Topics: Feb. 3: Self-Advocacy Feb. 24: Building Campus...
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