Finding a Counselor in Your Area
Visit the website and/or call the number of your insurance provider to find in-network counselors in your area & Telehealth options
When using your insurance, sometimes there will be a co-pay for each office visit.
You can ask therapists if they provide a sliding scale fee based on income that may help reduce costs.
Call ahead and ask if the therapist or provider accepts out of pocket pay at a discounted rate.
Contact email@example.com for additional support.
If you feel comfortable, ask a friend, mentor, or spiritual advisor for a recommendation.
Online Resources for University Students
- Suicide Prevention
- Hotlines: 1-800-suicide AND 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- Crisis Text Line: Text Start to 741-741
- The Trevor Project 1-866-488-7386 or text 1-202-304-1200
- Want to learn more on Suicide Prevention? Contact us to go through the 1 hour QPR training.
Local Behavioral Health Centers:
Tennessee REDLINE- Addictions call the REDLINE @ 1-800-889-9789
Interested in Learning More?
To learn more about the process of counseling please refer to the FAQ page.
If you are interested in counseling you may schedule an appointment by phone (865-471-3350), email (Jennifer Catlett, firstname.lastname@example.org or Shannon Tuell, email@example.com) or in person (at the Kathleen Manley Building). You can also print out the intake form and bring it with you.