Here at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine, we believe in cura personalis, the sanctity of human life, dignity and respect of all people, devotion to social justice, humility, the multifaceted nature of wellness, and well-balanced healthy relationships.
We support wellness across multiple domains including academic, professional, mental, physical, and social/interpersonal. In partnership with our fully integrated partners, SSM Health and SLUCare Physician Group, we seek to accomplish this by creating the SLUCare 4 Self & Others wellbeing task force, wellness event planning, assessment of our community's mental health, and provision of health-related resources.
Center for Counseling and Family Therapy (CCFT)
The Center for Counseling and Family Therapy provides affordable counseling and outreach services to empower people to face life's tasks with confidence. Counseling services are available to anyone in need within the SLU community and throughout the metropolitan St. Louis area.
Call 314-977-2505 or email email@example.com to connect with a therapist.
The Eckelkamp Center for Campus Ministry can be reached at 314-977-8071 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Saint Louis University's Employee Assistance Program provides employees and their families access to professional licensed counselors on a confidential and cost-free basis for employees experiencing personal problems.
SLU is concerned with the well-being of its staff members and their families and is aware that personal problems can influence job performance. Staff members, their family members, or any member of the staff member's household are encouraged to contact the Employee Assistance Program.
Arrange professional counseling through SLU's Employee Assistance Program by calling 800-859-9319.
Anxiety and Stress Prevention Resources
Additional resources are available on the National Institutes of Health website to review and learn strategies to effectively cope when feeling stress or anxiety.
Office Professional Oversight Mistreatment Reporting
In cases of unprofessionalism and mistreatment by a faculty member in the learning environment, steps will be taken as outlined below. The process could be accelerated if or when a situation is deemed egregious by the Office of Professional Oversight, Learning Environment Committee, or associate deans. In situations where a faculty member’s behavior creates a risk to patient care or the overall learning environment, this process may be accelerated.
To report mistreatment, please call 314-977-5388 or email email@example.com.
Circle of Hope Prayer Group
The group is open to people of all faiths and meets on the first and third Thursdays of the month, 9 a.m.-9:30 a.m., in the Learning Resource Center, Room 103-104, to pray for the needs of the SLU community.