June: Open Tuesdays and Wednesdays (8 AM-4 PM)
July: Closed - We're unable to respond to calls, email or faxes during this time.
August: Open Tuesdays and Wednesdays (8-4 PM). After August 24th, open Monday-Friday.
If you are new to Counseling Services or have other questions, please call 218-723-6085 or email email@example.com and request an appointment. We are providing Telemental Health counseling services to Main Campus and Health Sciences (Bluestone) students.
If you already have a mental health therapist at CSS, please email that person directly to request a visit. Provider links are - Teresa Guerrero, firstname.lastname@example.org; Leigh Branovan email@example.com; Sarah Wells firstname.lastname@example.org; Angie Hummel email@example.com; Glenn Maloney firstname.lastname@example.org. Appointments with Pam Bjorklund or Urvashi Dixit should be made by calling Marlene at 218-723-6085 or email email@example.com
Please continue to use the Saints Assistance Program. Go to hpeap.com and use passcode: css-students to access resources and support online. You can also call 833-403-0101 24/7. Another option is to download the iConnectYou mobile app and register using passcode 147211 to text or video chat with trained staff members.
Suggestions for managing mental health found on Student Center for Health and Well-Being COVID-19 Resources page.
Students utilize our services as a place to discuss concerns and challenges they are experiencing in their life as a college student.
You can expect all the information you discuss to be kept confidential (exceptions to this policy are explained in your Informed Consent Document).
Without your written consent and explicit permission, we will not discuss your situation with anyone, except the counselors on our staff for consultation purposes.
Your counseling file is not a part of your academic record, and no individual outside the counseling department has access to your file.
If we think it would be helpful to talk to others about your situation (a faculty or staff member, parents, other health care providers you may have seen previously), we will ask your permission and ask you to sign a Release of Information Form to talk to that person. You have the right to refuse a counselor's request, if you feel it is not in your best interest.
If you have any questions or concerns about your experience with Counseling Services, please talk to your counselor or contact Teresa Guerrero, Director of The Student Center for Health and Well-Being at 218-723-6085. Thank you for your willingness to utilize the services of the Counseling Department, and we hope you will find the experience helpful and rewarding.
June: Tue & Wed 8 am - 4 pm
August: Tues & Wed 8 AM -4 PM After August 24, open M-F 8 am -4 pm
After hours mental health crisis resources:
The Steve Fund: Dedicated to mental health & emotional well-being of students of color
https://www.stevefund.org/crisistextline/ Or text STEVE to 741741
In an emergency, call 911.
Teresa Guerrero, MSW, LICSW
Director of SCHAWB
Pam Bjorklund, Ph.D., RN, CS, PMHNP
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Leigh Branovan, MSW, LICSW
Assistant Director, Mental Health Therapist
Sarah Wells, MSW, LICSW
Mental Health Education Coordinator, Mental Health Therapist
Glenn Maloney, MSW, LICSW, LADC Mental Health Therapist
Angie Hummel, LPC Mental Health Therapist