Student Health and Counseling Services at UC Davis is committed to supporting the mental health and well-being of our students. The campus continues to increase the counseling and other mental health services available to students and to improve access.
- Counseling Services has 28.5 full-time-equivalent counselors and plans to hire three more by 2020. The Behavioral Health Clinic at the Student Health and Wellness Center has 3.5 FTE psychiatrists.
- Our Counseling Services staff speak several languages including English, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Korean, Mandarin, Spanish, Taiwanese, Urdu and Vietnamese.
- A new scheduling model enables students to make appointments up to two weeks in advance.
Choose what works for you
The campus offers help in a variety of ways including individual counseling, group counseling, educational workshops and self-care resources.
Access services where you feel comfortable
- main location is in North Hall. The Student Health and Wellness Center houses both the and , which includes mental health care services.
- Counselors are also in four colleges, three professional schools and Graduate Studies.
- The , a diverse team of counselors, provide services at several student centers for historically underserved populations and other locations.
- The provides support services for survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence and/or stalking. For emergency response, a victim advocate is available 24/7; call (866) 515-0155.
- Check out the interactive .
Talk with someone
- For individual counseling, make an appointment in person or call 530-752-2349.
- As another option, schedule a 45-minute appointment to talk online with a licensed therapist or psychologist.
- After hours, get a Counseling Services consultation by calling 530-752-2349 or 752-2300.
- Ask about serving on the new Student Health Advisory Committee to review services and help develop new programs to meet the needs of students.
- Join , which brings the campus community together to raise awareness about mental health issues and destigmatize mental illness.
- Learn how to support others through training in mental health first aid.