Counseling Services

People come to counseling for support with any number if challenges, including transitions and adjustments, sadness, anxiety, problematic use of alcohol or drugs, issues with eating, or interpersonal or academic problems. They might also come to talk through a frustrating critique, tension with a loved one, self-doubt, feeling stuck or unfulfilled, or simply with the hope of understanding and examining their lives.

All conversations are confidential, and no information will be shared without your written permission.

Services Offered

Counseling Services offers:

  • Three free sessions per academic year, with the option for ongoing low-fee sessions with a licensed clinician or clinical intern. Sessions can happen once a week, every other week, or even just a few times per semester if you prefer.
  • Walk-in hours from 12-1pm Tuesday-Friday at the Chestnut campus.
  • Workshops, groups and trainings
  • Referrals to outside resources, providers, and psychiatrists for medication management and longer-term care

Make an Appointment

Find Counseling Services in the lower level of the Chestnut campus (entrance on Fransisco Street)

For more information, contact or 415.749.4587


Before your first visit, you can download and fill out the following forms. They are also available at Counseling Services.