Health Counseling/Education Services
Individual counseling/education sessions are available to all UNH students. Visits are included with your tuition fees. We are available to meet with you to address:
- Feeling stressed
- Coping with a breakup
- Having a difficult time sleeping
- Want to learn relaxation techniques
- Adjusting to college or a new transition
- Anger management
- Alcohol and/or other drugs
- Communication skills
- Eating concerns
- Emotional health
- Gender identity
- Stress management
- Sleep concerns
- Sexual health
- Sexual orientation
- Tobacco cessation
We are also available to speak with you if you are concerned about another’s use of alcohol and/or other drugs or eating concerns.
We also provide education and counseling to students who have been referral/mandated by Community Standards or legal court systems for alcohol and/or other drug violations and anger management education/counseling. You must call (603)862-3823 to make an appointment. You may not make a mandated counseling appointment online.
We do not see students who are seeking education/counseling for DWIs or DUIs. Please call (603) 862-3823 for a referral to an outside agency.
Make an Appointment
- Call (603) 862-3823
- Visit Health & Wellness, room 249 (2nd floor)
We are dedicated to promoting the health and well-being of the university community. We believe in living healthy, fulfilling lives through the connection of mind, body and spirit. Our staff works with individuals in an affirming and positive way to educate and counsel students on the various components of the wellness wheel.
Psychological and Counseling Services
You may find your counseling needs are better served at Psychological and Counseling Services (PACS) in Smith Hall. PACS is the primary mental health facility on campus staffed by a psychologist. They provide individual and group counseling and therapy for students who may be experiencing situational or ongoing psychological difficulties. Concerns students often address through PACS include; educational/academic goals, depression, anxiety, grief, eating disorders, substance abuse, sexual/physical/emotional abuse, self-harm/self-mutilation, sexual identity/orientation issues, traumatic situations or relationship issues. They also provide assistance for emotional and behavioral crisis/emergencies. For additional information or an appointment, please call (603) 862-2090.