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Seek Professional Help at Stanford

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There will be times here that you feel so challenged or overwhelmed that you need the warm support of professional help. Remember, you are not alone in these difficult times, and professionals from these resources are committed to helping you work through whatever you are struggling with.

CR (Confidential Resource) = information cannot be shared without your explicit permission


Confidential Support Team (CR)

Distressed by a sexual or relationship experience and don't know who to talk to? Experiencing an emotionally controlling or harmful relationship? Want to know more about how to make a report or what reporting means? 
Offers support to Stanford students impacted by sexual assault and relationship violence, including interpersonal violence, stalking, and sexual or gender-based harassment and discrimination. Learn more

Counseling and Psychological Services (CR)

Experiencing feelings of anxiety and/or depression? Finding it difficult to get out of bed each day? Struggling to continue your daily routine following a loss? 
Offers individual visits, skills workshops, process groups, psychiatry services, community referral resources, 24/7 support, and crisis intervention. Learn more

The Stanford Faculty Staff Help Center (CR)

Need support and tools to navigate a difficult conversation between a family member or coworker? Looking for short-term counseling to help navigate work-related or personal issues? 
Offers a variety of services to Stanford faculty, staff, and post-docs, including confidential counseling, workshops, discussion groups, and facilitated conversations. particularly helpful for post-docs. (Services for undergraduate, co-term, and graduate students are available through CAPS and other resources below). Learn more


Need to be seen sooner or out of state? 
TimelyCare is offered as a supplement to the extensive existing in-person and virtual services offered by Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Vaden Medical Services, and other Vaden and on-campus resources. This no cost service offers enrolled students residing in the United States virtual medical and mental health care 24/7, 365 days/year and up to 12 scheduled mental health therapy sessions per academic year. Explore TimelyCare FAQs to learn more

Additional Therapy Options for Students