Counseling Center

Dedicated to the intellectual, emotional, and relational health and development of all UW-Stout students.
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Caring for your well-being remotely

The Counseling Center is currently offering tele-counseling appointments using Microsoft Teams for students residing in Wisconsin. If you wish to schedule a telehealth appointment, please call our office at (715)-232-2468. If you live out of state and are seeking services, you may contact the office and schedule a telephone consultation for help in locating counseling resources near you.

The Counseling Center office is currently open with staff rotating between being on-campus and telecommuting, in accordance with health guidelines. In the interest of staff and student health and safety, primary service delivery will continue to be via tele-counseling during the Spring 2021 semester. Limited exceptions for in-person appointments will be made for student crises and other extenuating circumstances, during which campus protocols for masking and social distancing will be enforced.

If you are in need of a private space to attend a tele-counseling appointment, you can use one of the following options:

  1. Call the Counseling Center at 715-232-2468 to reserve a private room
  2. If you live in the residence halls, ask about private rooms available in your basement
  3. The campus library has a variety of rooms that you can reserve for up to 2 hours a day

View this guide for accessing teams and connecting with one of our counselors.

This is Hard: Finding Your Way

Mental Health Speaker: Andrew Onimus

Andrew Onimus, Minding Your Mind Speaker, is a recent college graduate who recovered from depression and anxiety. He will share his story and how he found hope, resiliency, and coping. Andrew will discuss how to recognize signs and symptoms that someone may be struggling with their mental health as well. This will be an interactive discussion with an opportunity for Q&A. Join these discussions by selecting the Zoom link below for the day and time you plan to attend.

Days and Times 


Let's Chat Group

Let’s Chat is an open, drop-in group that the Counseling Center is offering to all Stout students. You do not have to be a client in the Center to participate and you may attend all or part of as many sessions as you would like. Let’s Chat will allow an opportunity to connect with other students, get support, ask questions, discover ways to help those in your life you are concerned about, and more. Drop-in as you would like. We are here to support you!

Group Days and Times 

  • Thursdays, April 1st to May 6th from 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.: Join Here

Wired & Tired Anxiety Workshop

This is a virtual workshop via Microsoft Teams that will focus on better understanding anxiety while building skills and tools for managing and reducing anxiety symptoms. All sessions will have different topics and students are welcome to attend just one or all three sessions. You do not need to pre-register and you do not need to be a client to attend.

Group Days and Times

  • April 2021, Wednesdays, 7th, 14th, and 21st from 1:00pm-2:00pm: Join here

Kahoot Self Care Game Night

This virtual game night will focus on overall wellness and how to make self care a priority. You can attend from 6:00-7:00pm on the following dates:

  • April 6th
  • April 20th

Join Here


Coping with COVID-19 Related Stress and Anxiety

Resources and information for navigating a complex and challenging issue.
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Self-help resource for depression, anxiety, stress, sleep, and resilience for UW students and employees.
Crisis and Emergency Support

During this time if you are experiencing an emergency you should contact 911 or other mental health crisis options that are available 24/7, including:

We thank you for your flexibility as our campus navigates this complex issue. Please contact us with questions or concerns.

Transferring Care

To transfer your care to one of our licensed and trained counselors, please have your current mental health practitioner send your treatment summary to the Counseling Center for review and processing.

An initial appointment will be scheduled to discuss care needs, answer questions about services, and complete any forms to ensure records are current. Subsequent appointments can be made following the initial appointment.