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*Due to construction in our office space, we will continue to offer virtual services only.


Counseling and Psychological Services Center Services Currently Available 

Call to make a free appointment: 801-626-6406

M-Th: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. |  Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

CPSC recognizes that the violent disruption at the U.S. Capitol, in the wake of a turbulent 2020, can be upsetting, frightening, and even traumatizing. Emotional reactions may be intense and may interfere with our ability to cope, even when we are not physically present or directly involved, and especially when events connect to previous pain experienced by members of some communities.

We are here to help. Please call to speak with a counselor if needed, or use some of the many resources available on our website, including:


 LGBTQA Support

Counseling & Psychological Services Center Resources



Free Online Tools:

TAO Self Help Virtual Groups Safe UT Talk or text
Online Screening Tools
Bibliotherapy Wildcat Support Network

Suicide risk increases during challenging times like these. Raising awareness about signs and symptoms, and educating people about how to respond, are key in saving lives. Check out the Intermountain Healthcare online suicide prevention 15-minutes training module.