If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, call 911.
Your mental health deserves as much attention and care as your physical health. If you feel like you need help, come see us for:
You must come to the mental health clinic in person to make your first appointment.
When you arrive, you will complete some paperwork and an online survey then meet with a clinician for a 15 to 20 minute consultation. The therapist will talk with you to better understand your situation, then schedule your next appointment with the most appropriate service for your needs.
First consultations take place in our East Bank Clinic:
You might experience some wait time—especially during lunch and late afternoons.
If you are experiencing a crisis that requires immediate attention, contact our urgent care counselor during business hours:
Individual or couples therapy appointments are limited to eleven during a one-year period. Students who need specialized care or long-term therapy will be referred to community mental health providers.
Boynton Mental Health is open to University of Minnesota Twin Cities students who are:
Mental health services are not open to staff and faculty.
See Student Services Fee for details.
Online therapy may help you manage symptoms of anxiety, depression and stress.
Mental Health Clinic
612-624-1444 Information and Appointments
To view the clinic's service hours, see Hours and Locations.
Intake Assessment Form (PDF)
Please complete this form and bring it with you to your first consultation.
Release of Information Form (PDF)
To authorize sending or receiving your medical records.