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Well-Being Resources at SLU

Mental health counseling, spiritual support, and well-being resources are available for all members of the SLU community.

Now and throughout the year, the well-being resources on this page can help you cope with stress, manage ongoing mental health concerns, respond to loss, make sense of traumatic events, and/or find strategies to navigate everyday challenges. Whatever your circumstances, please do not hesitate to access the valuable support mental health professionals can provide. 

If you or someone you know needs support now, call or text 988 to reach the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, or visit to chat online.

Learn about how SLU supports the well-being of students.

Supporting Students

University Counseling Center (UCC)

SLU’s University Counseling Center team recently expanded, adding new staff counselors. If you would like to schedule an appointment with one of the trained and licensed staff members, please call 314-977-TALK (8255) and press option #0 (zero).

For mental health concerns or crises outside of UCC business hours, press option #9 to be connected to a behavioral health nurse 24/7.

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Dean of Students Office

The Dean of Students Office team is always ready to help students navigate resources and offer guidance in managing health and well-being. The team also partners with faculty and staff who may have concerns or questions about supporting our students. Email or call 314-977-9378 to connect. 

Eckelkamp Center for Campus Ministry

The Eckelkamp Center for Campus Ministry’s doors are open for those who are looking for extra support during a challenging time. Stop by Wuller Hall, call 314-977-2425 or email

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Supporting SLU Faculty and Staff

ComPsych Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

 In-person, confidential counseling through the EAP is available to all SLU employees, their family members, and members of their household. Schedule up to eight sessions at no cost to you. Each one-hour session can be scheduled face-to-face or via telehealth (phone or video). If you want to speak to a counselor more quickly, ComPsych has full-time counselors on staff. When you call, let the clinician know you would like to speak to one of their full-time counselors over the phone. They will assist in scheduling an appointment and a ComPsych counselor will call you within 24 hours.

Contact: Call 800-859-9319 to access these services. You’ll be connected to a master’s level EAP clinician who will help refer you to counselors who meet your needs and preferences.
The clinician will email you a list of counselors for your consideration.

On-Demand: Training When You Need It

On-demand training sessions that provide focused, quick support are available when you need it. Choose from a variety of topics that are periodically updated, such as helping a loved one through difficult times, managing staff through change and stress, and much more.

Access: Click here to register for online access (Web ID: SLUEAP). Once logged in, you can find the sessions on the page.

New York Life Family and Mental Health Support

Live and on-demand webinars are available to help support you through difficult times, such as adjusting to a caregiving role, understanding and managing addiction, and navigating through grief and loss. 

Upcoming Sessions: View and register for sessions online. If you can’t attend a live webinar, be sure to register so you can access the recorded version.

Access: You also can access a host of articles, videos, and audio clips at on a range of issues including parenting, aging, mental health support, family and relationships, and much more.

SLU Medical Plan Resources

Those who are enrolled in SLU’s medical plans administered by UHC can connect with providers at or on the UHC mobile app.

  • Message a dedicated, licensed therapist 24/7 with Talkspace. It’s private, confidential and convenient. Register and choose a provider at Click here to learn more.
  • Use clinical techniques and tools in the Sanvello app to help dial down the symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression right as they come up. To download the app visit or click here to learn more.