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Have a question about the Brandeis Counseling Center? The answer might be below.

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Who can use the Brandeis Counseling Center?

All enrolled graduate and undergraduate students may be seen at the Brandeis Counseling Center and/or Health Center.

What would I go to the Brandeis Counseling Center for?

Services include:

  • Brief Assessment

  • Short-Term Stabilization

  • Group Therapy

  • Case Management

  • Urgent Care

  • Community Therapists

  • Medication Evaluation and Management

How do I make an appointment at the Brandeis Counseling Center?

To schedule a first appointment at the Brandeis Counseling Center, students should go to the first floor of Mailman House, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. To schedule a non-urgent appointment by phone, students may call 781-736-3730 during those same hours.

Who will see me?

We have psychologists, social workers, supervised interns, post-docs, fellows, and psychiatrists.

How will insurance billing work in the Brandeis Counseling Center?

The Health Center and Counseling Center both bill a student's insurance for services.

Where is the new Rape Crisis Center located?

The Rape Crisis Center is located in Usdan, adjacent to Levin Ballroom and down the hall from the Office of Prevention Services. This location is both easily accessible yet discreet. Sarah Berg, the Director of Sexual Assault Prevention, and another full-time professional staff member work with student leadership and staff to provide high-quality services to our students.