Tufts presents a diverse team of clinicians deeply committed to helping students navigate challenges related to mental health and well-being. They offer a range of free and confidential services to all graduate students who have paid the Health Fee.
Why Do Students Use Counseling Services?
Counseling can provide support and help you gain a better understanding of yourself, as well as help you develop skills to cope better emotionally, socially or academically.
This user-friendly site gives students the ability to search providers in the area based on their insurance/mental health needs.
Off-Campus Referral and Support
BIPOC and International Graduate Students Service
The National Graduate Crisis Line
The National Grad Crisis Line helps graduate students reach free, confidential telephone counseling, crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and information and referral services provided by specially-trained call-takers. Caring, professional staff and well-trained volunteers answer around the clock.
All counselors have completed training to understand the unique issues faced by graduate students. In addition to listening to and empathizing with a caller’s concerns, counselors assess the caller’s lethality risk, counsel, and offer various local support services and mental health resources for follow-up.
CMHS services: Listed here are helpful tools/resources for any student who is seeking referral information and ready to connect with a provider in the community for long-term therapy/treatment.