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Mental Health Services

Students who experience depression, anxiety, or other mental health difficulties are encouraged to seek appropriate assistance. The legal community in Minnesota and other states emphasizes the importance of identifying and proactively addressing any challenges that may interfere with an attorney or law student's ability to meet the standard of practice. Students are encouraged to address concerns right away, with support from professional providers. Where support and treatment can adequately address an underlying impairment, seeking help actually improves an applicant's ability to be accepted to the bar.

For comprehensive information about mental health resources at the University of Minnesota, go to www.mentalhealth.umn.edu. The Law School Student Services division has also compiled a list of available student support resources. Professional counseling and therapy resources are available to University of Minnesota students at two locations on the East Bank of the Minneapolis Campus:

Boynton Health Services, located at 410 Church Street SE, provides a mental health clinic staffed by psychiatrists, psychologists, and clinical social workers who provide individual, group, and couples psychotherapy; psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring; chemical dependency evaluation; and crisis counseling. For appointment information, call 612-624-1444.

Boynton Mental Health Crisis Line: 612-301-4673 (612-301-HOPE)
Boynton Mental Health Clinic Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Mondays
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tuesdays-Fridays
Closed weekends and holidays

University Counseling and Consulting Services (UCCS), located at 109 Eddy Hall on the East Bank, offers individual and group counseling, career and personality testing, and crisis counseling. The initial appointment must be made in person. Options include: personal counseling to address mental health issues (e.g. depression, anxiety), relationship concerns, and/or other stress-related concerns. UCCS also provides academic counseling to address barriers to academic success (e.g. procrastination, motivation, perfectionism).

UCCS Website
UCCS Crisis Line: 612-624-3323
UCCS Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
Closed weekends and holidays

The Law School also has a partnership with UCCS to offer limited appointments in Mondale Hall. Email UCCS counselor Korry Arndt-Wenger to request a confidential appointment.

Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers provides confidential counseling, mentorship, and chemical dependency services to law students and attorneys, as well as a 24-hour crisis line at 651-646-5590. For more information, review the LCL website at: www.mnlcl.org.