Let's Talk

Let’s Talk is a program that provides informal virtual drop-in consultations for U of M students throughout the academic year. No appointment is necessary, so you can drop in virtually during the scheduled times. Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources. 

Let's Talk is not designed to provide crisis support-if you are currently experiencing a mental health crisis please utilize one of these resources.

And other resources: Care ProgramInternational Student and Scholar Services.

due to COVID-19 all Let's Talk sessions will be held virtually via zoom for Fall 2020
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getting started

3 Step Process:

Step 1: Check out our Let’s Talk counselor bios and calendar and find a time that works for you.

Monday 5/3 Tuesday 5/4 Wednesday 5/5 Thursday 5/6 Friday 5/7

Nina Hernandez Beithon 

12-2PM

Zoom Link

Chia-Chen Tu

9:30-11:30AM

Zoom Link

 

No Let's Talk today

Greg Sawyer

12-2PM

Zoom Link

No Let's Talk today

 

Step 2: Prior to clicking on the zoom link and entering the consultation space, complete this brief google form for your Let’s Talk counselor to review. Please wait to fill this out until right before you are ready to enter the Let’s Talk space. 


Step 3: Click on the zoom link and you will be directed into the waiting room. Once the counselor is available they will admit you on a first come-first serve basis into the zoom room. *Please note that Let’s Talk Consultations are 1-1 meetings
 


On Campus Resources
  • Student Counseling Services Affinity Groups
    • BAAAM! - Black, African American, African Meeting space
    • Mixed/Multiracial Connections
    • Folx Like Me: A Space for Community and Connection with Queer-Identified Students at the U
    • Affinity Group for Asian/Asian American students – More information coming soon!
Off Campus Resources

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Online Resources