Let’s Talk: from the UO Counseling Center



Let’s Talk is a program that is offered by many university counseling centers across the US with the purpose of decreasing mental health stigma along with reducing barriers and increasing access to support services, particularly for underrepresented and marginalized students. Let’s Talk offers brief informal consultations for students on a drop-in basis in satellite locations in order to help students address specific needs and to support those that might be hesitant to come to the UCC.

There is no need to schedule an appointment, and students are seen on a first come, first-served basis. The UO Counseling Center will have Let’s Talk Monday through Friday from 2pm-4pm. Updated information about Let’s Talk and available counselors are posted on our website (locations/times might change in future terms). https://counseling.uoregon.edu/letstalk

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