Counseling and Mental Health

The Counseling and Mental Health Service (CMHS) joins President Monaco in expressing our care and compassion for those who were directly or vicariously impacted by the violent and tragic events in Charlottesville, VA this weekend. We stand united in denouncing and opposing hateful, bigoted and white supremacist positions and messages, and we are committed to promoting social justice and supporting individuals of all racial, ethnic and national backgrounds, sexual orientation and gender identities, mental and physical abilities, languages, ages, spiritual beliefs, and immigration or socioeconomic statuses.

In the context of such events, it is not unusual to experience a range of feelings, including grief, fear, anger, helplessness, guilt, and more.  It would also be more than understandable for those whose identities include marginalized and/or under-represented communities to be feeling particularly vulnerable. We encourage you to reach out if you would like additional support, either to our office, or to any of our campus partners in the Division of Student Affairs.

August 14, 2017

We are a diverse team of clinicians deeply committed to college mental health. We offer a range of free and confidential services to all undergraduates and to graduate students who have paid the health fee.

Our Phone Number: 617-627-3360
Our Address: 120 Curtis Street, Somerville, MA 02144

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