Whatever your goals and whatever's on your mind, support is available. I meet with students for counseling and consultation and help students connect with other supportive services and resources.
My office is located on the 4th floor of the Student Union within the resource center (room 404). I provide free gender-affirming services via Zoom or in-person appointments. Due to the Resource Center being under renovation, in-person services will take place either at APASA (room 409 of the Student Union) or CAPS Main (3rd floor of the Campus Health Building). These details will be discussed prior to your appointment.
What I Do
- Free, confidential consultation and short-term counseling appointments.
- Groups and workshops.
- Answer questions about counseling & psychiatry services on campus and in the community.
What We Can Work On
- coping skills
- symptom management
- building resilience and using your strengths
- identity concerns
- intersectionality conflict resolution
- stress management
- or anything else affecting your emotional wellness
*This form is not monitored 24-7 and should not be used for mental health crises. If this is a mental health emergency, please contact the Pima County Crisis line at 520-622-6000, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency department. If you are a student or are concerned about a student, you can also call CAPS 24/7 at 520-621-3334. After-hours crisis callers may speak with a Crisis and Access Specialist by pressing 1 when prompted by the automated message.
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