The following campus providers are identified as being available for postdocs. 

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University Counseling Service

For: Students and Postdocs University Counseling Service is a confidential office that provides mental health services to students free of charge, as well as psychoeducational programming and outreach services to support mental well-being, nurture student success, and contribute to an inclusive and safe campus community.
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Employee Assistance Program

For: Staff, Faculty, Postdocs, Employees The UI Employee Assistance Program is a confidential counseling and referral program for University of Iowa faculty and staff who have a permanent, full- or part-time (50 percent or greater) position and their families.
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Women's Resource and Action Center

For: Students, Staff, Faculty, Employees, Postdocs, Community Women's Resource and Action Center (WRAC) offers free, confidential mental health services to students, faculty and staff, with particular focus on people of color, LGBTQ+ folks. Our providers offer identity-affirming and conscious therapy.
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Student Health

For: Students Student Health provides mental health care with a team of MD psychiatrists, primary care physicians, physician assistants, and nurses. Students can be seen at Student Health for management of mental health conditions requiring behavioral and medication management.

RVAP – Rape Victim Advocacy Program

For: Students, Staff, Faculty, Employees, Postdocs, Community RVAP is a sexual assault victim advocate and prevention education agency. We serve anyone impacted by sexual violence -- survivors and/or their loved ones in the following eastern Iowa counties: Cedar, Des Moines, Henry, Iowa, Johnson, Lee, Washington, Van Buren.
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UI Health Care Department of Psychiatry

For: Students, Staff, Faculty, Employees, Postdocs The University of Iowa Department of Psychiatry is renowned for its expertise in caring for adults and children dealing with major mental illness. We also provide comprehensive care for women who are experiencing mental health concerns related to pregnancy, childbirth or reproductive health through the Women's Wellness Counseling Service, mindfulness programs, and offer integrated care for those with co-morbid mental health and medical conditions.
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Seashore Psychology Clinic

For: Students, Staff, Faculty, Postdocs, Employees, Community A division of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Iowa, the Seashore Psychology Clinic offers a wide range of psychological services for individuals in the community.

UI Support and Crisis Line

We're here for you any time, via chat, phone, or text. In partnership with CommUnity Crisis Services in Iowa City, the University of Iowa provides around-the-clock mental health crisis and support for all students. Call or text 844-461-5420.