MSUM Counseling Services offers in-person, phone or virtual appointments that are HIPAA compliant. MSUM Counseling Services helps students explore personal or academic concerns, makes referrals, and serves as a consultant for faculty and staff. We offer free and confidential mental health, alcohol and drug, sexual assault, and violence counseling. MSUM Counseling Services fully supports Safe Space on campus. We pledge to be confidential, non-judgmental, and supportive contacts for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex or asexual (LGBTQIA) members of the MSU Moorhead community.
Can't wait for an appointment? If you need help right away, contact crisis hotlines or dial 911.
Individual counseling is an opportunity to explore issues of concern in a safe and confidential setting.
Students may request a group if they have three or more students committed to the same time. Please contact us for more details.
A psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner performs comprehensive mental health evaluations, manages mental health conditions and prescribes medications when indicated.
Different groups like Anxiety in this New Normal and Crafting and Coping allow you to connect with others and know you're not alone.
When needed, Counseling Services makes referrals to outside mental health professionals.
Counseling Services can help you find an area medical healthcare facility when you need it.
An online coaching platform that is free to MSUM students. Learn to Live courses are based on the proven principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
A space designed to increase your sense of peace, promote physical relaxation, and enhance your overall well-being.
Resources for education and prevention on mental health are available online and/or on campus that may support you with your wellness, adjustment-related, or interpersonal concerns.
MSUM Counseling Services offers both practicum and internship opportunities to graduate students in mental health counseling programs, as well as internships to undergraduate social work students.
Juggling Responsibilities is Difficult
Learn to Live Resources Can Help
Life provides us with plenty of opportunities to feel stressed and worried, like relationships, health, work and finances. It’s normal to feel sad, lonely, afraid, nervous or anxious. Is taking control of your emotional well-being a priority, but you aren’t sure where to start? Learn to Live is here to help you by offering a free, fast and confidential assessment so you can learn your mental health numbers. The tool will help you identify the thoughts and behavior patterns that perpetuate your issues, so you can work through them. This service is free to MSUM students—just enter "MSUM".