Our Services

Our services are mental-health-minded and college-community-focused. We blend human connection with science-based care to treat the whole person, not just the diagnosis. Patients and providers work together to create a comprehensive outpatient treatment plan using the latest advancements in technology and research. The result: care that provides hope, answers, and possibilities.


Our team of psychologists, licensed counselors, marriage and family therapists, and social workers leverage their expertise to work with you. Therapists help you work through your life’s challenges, such as relationships, the death of a loved one, job loss, anger issues, and more.

Medication Management

Psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners provide diagnosis, medication management, and psychiatric evaluations. They treat a wide variety of conditions, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and more. 

Other Treatments

For patients with treatment-resistant depression, we offer services such as FDA-approved, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) through our Interventional Psychiatry department. These services are offered at select locations throughout the country. For more about TMS click here or call 855-501-1004 to see if one of these services is offered at a location near you.

Frequently Asked Questions


We serve patients who are at least 18 years old and look to serve and engage the college community, which can include those who are students, faculty members, recent graduates, nontraditional students, and those thinking about attending college.

Patients who do not attend school can still receive services by contacting our parent company Mindpath Health, which services patients of all ages. To learn more, visit mindpath.com. 

Every school is different. We encourage you to check with the university and your insurance provider to see if a referral is required before seeking services.

The first step on your journey begins with meeting with your provider and discussing your concerns. By listening, asking questions, and taking notes, your provider will conduct a comprehensive clinical interview to learn more about you. Together, you and your provider will thoroughly discuss all options before agreeing on the best course of action. 

Appointments may be cancelled at least one full business day in advance without incurring a fee. Please discuss appointment policies with your provider. For more information on fees and policies, contact your provider.

No, therapy can vary greatly depending on the individual and their goals.

For therapy to be effective, you must actively participate in and out of your sessions.

We want to find the right provider for you. Our intake process is designed to match you with providers who understand your concerns. But if something isn’t quite working for you, tell your provider or front desk staff. We’ll figure it out!

Unless you are a conservator or the patient is underage and you are their parent or legal guardian, the patient must be the one to engage the services of Mindpath College Health.  


If you are concerned a friend or loved one is having a psychiatric or medical emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. For counseling and resources, call the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988 or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741. 

With Mindpath College Health we want to take measures to make sure you are safe and in a space that will provide the best possible therapeutic experience. We require that all clients are in a private and addressable space during sessions (our providers will verify your location for your safety).

State law protects the confidentiality of communications between a client and a therapist.

There are notable exceptions:

  • Mandated reporting for suspected Child/Elderly Abuse
  • Serious threat of physical violence toward others
  • Serious threat of danger toward self
  • Court order
  • Information requested by FBI
  • A client signing a Release of Information (ROI) to coordinate care