Saint Louis University

Welcome to the University Counseling Center! We are glad you found us and are here to serve you. As experienced counseling professionals, we take seriously our role to provide you with high-quality care and consultation. Our staff members are highly trained clinicians who specialize in treating different types of problems. We can assist you with a wide range of issues, from adjustment concerns to chronic psychiatric disorders.

We promote the view that meeting with us is an opportunity to grow and develop as a college student. Our goal is to help you become healthier in mind, body and spirit.

Please take a few minutes to look at our site and familiarize yourself with our services, policies and staff.

For more information, call us at (314) 977-TALK (8255) or visit us in our clinic in Wuller Hall, 2nd Floor. Our office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday.

We look forward to meeting you!


Mission Statement:


Our mission is to promote the psychological health and development of the SLU community using a holistic approach to achieve wellness and educational success. We assist students using culturally competent and evidence-based treatment strategies. It is also our goal to be a visible presence throughout the campus community and build partnerships with other student service organizations. Our services include individual, group and couples counseling, psychological testing, crisis management, clinical training of graduate students and wellness education.


Diversity Statement:

The University Counseling Center is committed to embracing the unique identities and characteristics of all ethnicities, faiths, orientations and life experiences. Students can expect that our professionals will work with you in a safe and non-judgmental fashion. We will honor and respect your uniqueness while at the same time help you resolve personal concerns. Our staff members recognize the destructive impact that stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination bring to the world. We strive to create an environment of support and acceptance when working with you.


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