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We are here to provide UC Irvine students with a broad range of mental health services. They include individual, couples, family, group counseling and psychotherapy for registered undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students. We also provide urgent care, crisis response, consultation, and outreach programs for the university community.

Make an Appointment:  Here you can find detailed instructions on how to get started with Counseling Center services.

Clinical and Counseling Services: This page describes the various services the Counseling Center provides.

Emergency Services: If you are experiencing an urgent or crisis situation please visit this page for more information and resources.

Graduate Student Special Topics: The Counseling Center is designated as a point of entry for graduate students in need of mental health services. The Keeping the Balance booklet is also a helpful resource that was designed especially for graduate and professional students.  Check out the Group Counseling page to look for groups tailored for graduate student needs.

Outreach Services: Our Center also does extensive outreach and consultation. Review this section of our web site for more information.

Wellness Place: If you are seeking to improve or assess you general well-being, explore this page and you may find some interesting information.

Mental Health Resources: Here are means for you to locate community resources and referrals.

Online Mental Health Screenings: Take one of the the online screening today!

Peer Programs: These programs are sponsored by the Counseling Center. They provide a way for undergraduate and graduate students to get involved with the great work going on at the Counseling Center, as well as for students to receive support and assistance from their peers.

Help Central: This organization's purpose is to be a central point of contact for students, faculty, staff, and parents to answer questions, address concerns, and provide direction to appropriate resources.