About

The Counseling Center grieves the violent deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and David McAtee, who represent the latest of many who have lost their lives in a relentless series of violence toward Black individuals and communities. We strongly oppose discrimination, hate, and intolerance and stand in solidarity with our Black students, staff, and faculty. We recognize the particular impact these events have on the mental health and well-being of our students and community members. Know that you are not alone during this time. The Counseling Center recognizes the pain, fear, anger, and anxiety you may be feeling right now. Students are reminded of the following campus resources to turn to for support. These resources include but are not limited to: 

-    Counseling Center: 603-646-9442
-    Tucker Center/College Chaplain: 603-646-3780
-    Undergraduate Deans Office: 603-646-2243
-    OPAL: 603-646-0987
-    Department of Safety & Security: 603-646-4000
-    Title IX Office: 603-646-0922

Additional information for graduate students:

-    Graduate Studies: 603-646-2106
-    Geisel School of Medicine: 603-650-1509
-    Thayer School of Engineering: 603-646-3483
-    Tuck School of Business: 603-646-2190

Resources for staff and faculty include, but not limited to:

-    Employee Assistance Program: 844-216-8308 http://www.dartmouth.edu/eap/

African-American/Black Specific Mental Health Resources:

-    Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective (BEAM): www.beam.community/bvtn
-    Black Girls Smile: https://www.blackgirlssmile.org/
-    The Steve Fund: https://www.stevefund.org/
-    Therapy for Black Girls: https://therapyforblackgirls.com/
-    African American Mental Health: https://www.nami.org/Support-Education/Diverse-Communities/African-American-Mental-Health
 

Counseling Services During COVID-19:

In addition to the below information, the Counseling Center is offering these workshops and group discussions while classes are held remotely.

The Counseling Center recognizes the impact that the COVID-19 public health crisis is having on our campus community and we remain committed to supporting students emotional growth and wellbeing. We are available to provide services to currently enrolled Dartmouth students who would otherwise be eligible to receive care through Dartmouth's Health Service, in all 50 states and US territories. We are able to provide consultations for our students internationally and assist them in finding ongoing resources if they are needed.

Counseling Center services include: triage appointments, short-term therapy, medication management, crisis services, nutrition appointments, groups, anxiety workshops, consultations and community referrals.

To protect the welfare of both students and our staff, there has been a shift in the way we provide services during this unprecedented event. We have transitioned from in-person contact to teletherapy (phone or HIPAA approved Zoom). To schedule an appointment, or ask questions about our services, please call the Counseling Center at 603-646-9442. Our phone lines are staffed Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (EST).

IMPORTANT: Crisis services are available to all actively enrolled students 24/7. The on-call counselor can be accessed Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. by calling the Counseling Center, 603-646-9442. After hours, the on-call counselor can be accessed by calling the Inpatient Nursing Department (IPD), 603-646-9440.