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Mental Health Resources

Counseling Services

If you are unsure which of the below options best fits your needs, we are happy to help you navigate these resources. For assistance, please contact us by phone at (615) 460-6856 or by email at

 On Campus Resources

Community and Online Resources

Looking for additional resources? Let us help. You will find a local provider tab below. Additional online and local resources can be found under each corresponding mental health topic.

Not sure what you need? Let us help you formulate a personalized plan of care by scheduling an appointment on the Health Portal or by contacting our office (615-460-6856 or

General Mental Health Resources and Providers

  • JED's Mental Health Resource Center
  • Half of Us- Our emotional health can range from thriving to struggling. No matter what you’re experiencing, there are ways to take action to support yourself and those around you.
  • Seize the Awkward- Not sure how to start the conversation around mental health? Here's a great place to start.
  • Love is Louder
  • Active Minds- Changing the conversation about mental health; Belmont's Chapter can be found here
  • Set to Go - Transition to College - The tools and information you need to be successful in college.
  • TAO Self-Help (recommendations below) Sign on with your Bruins email to access this free suite of self-help tools.
    • Navigating Transition
    • ACT-Let Go and Be Well
    • CBT-Calming Your Anxiety

Find Psychiatrists for Medication Management

Find a Therapist

Find a Telemental Health Therapist

Find a Group

  • Restore Small Groups - In small group, we extend love, empathy, and respect to each other in our shared humanity. Our groups consist of 5 to 10 participants and 2 trained facilitators, all who commit to an 8 week journey together. In group we get to the heart of our struggles, building intentional, healing relationships on the way.
  • Psychology Today: Groups

  • Centerstone - provides therapy & psychiatric care (request White Avenue clinic for easy access from BU campus)
    *If you don’t have insurance or your insurance doesn't cover you in TN, request information about Safety Net Funding.
  • The Refuge Center - provides therapy & psychiatric care on a sliding scale.
  • Low-Fee Therapy Options by State
  • Open Path - provides therapy on a sliding scale
  • 211 - local Nashville resources including mental health, basic needs & medical providers
  • Tennessee REDLINE - a toll-free information and referral line for TN mental health and substance use support
  • Restore Small Groups - group therapy currently free for students (register with the coupon code STUDENT).

Resources by Topic

General Mental Health

Safety and Suicide Prevention

Local Resources

Online & Self-Help Resources


Local Resources

Online & Self-Help Resources

For testing information, please visit the Educational and Psychological Testing Services tab below.

Local Resources

Online and Self-Help Resources

Local Resources

Online and Self-Help Resources

General Mental Health and Co-Occurring Disorders

Anxiety & Eating Disorder Specialties

Local Resources

Online and Self-Help Resources

Office Hours & Location

Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday: Closed

Gabhart Student Center 220

Contact Us:
Phone: 615.460.6856

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