Tivoli Student Union (TV) 651
The Counseling Center is accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services and the American Psychological Association. All records are strictly confidential. The Counseling Center staff provides services to MSU Denver students at no additional charge beyond student fees.
Services include individual and couples therapy, support groups, stress management and crisis intervention. Students may call or walk-in for an appointment for an initial meeting in advance. Follow-up appointments are made to accommodate class schedules. The staff also provide consultations to faculty, staff and student groups upon request. Faculty are encouraged to invite Counseling Center staff to address mental health issues in their classes. The center is open from 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday.
Workshops and Groups
Workshops are free and open to all currently enrolled MSU Denver students. Topics frequently include test anxiety, assertiveness, parenting, self-esteem, relationships, family issues, support groups and a variety of multicultural issues. Stop by the center at the beginning of each semester to pick up a brochure with new topics, or check out our website.
Peer Educators Program
A peer educator is an upper-division student who can address the personal and university concerns of students. The peer educator acts as a resource for students and can assist a student with lengthy university procedures such as financial aid and registration. Peers also assist in helping students transition to college. To become a peer educator, contact the Counseling Center.
The center offers individual and group counseling, workshops, lectures and consultation to departments and individuals on the issue of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability and more.
Students are encouraged to visit our interactive website at www.ulifeline.org for a variety of mental health topics and to answer related questions.