The Student Behavioral Health Service (SBHS) provides evaluation and treatment to medical, dental and graduate students at UConn Health. While stress management is often a focus of treatment, students are seen for a variety of other issues. If you’re having a problem, we would like to help you solve it.
Evaluation and counseling are provided by Jessica Meyer, Ph.D., Aaron Sardell, Psy.D., Maggie Moore, LCSW, and Karen Steinberg, Ph.D. Additionally, Angela Virella, APRN, is available for medication evaluations and medication management. Ted Lawlor, M.D., is the medical director of the clinic and will be available for clinical administrative evaluations as requested by the associate dean for student affairs of the student’s respective school.
Jessica Meyer, Ph.D.
Karen Steinberg, Ph.D.
Ted Lawlor, M.D.
Aaron Sardell, Psy.D.
Maggie Moore, LCSW
Angela Virella, APRN
Referrals from your primary care clinician are not necessary. To make an appointment, contact Jessica Meyer who will triage you to the appropriate provider.
- Monday: 2 to 7:30 p.m.
- Tuesday: 2 to 6 p.m.
- Wednesday: 3 to 7 p.m.
- Thursday 1 to 5 p.m.
- Friday: 1 to 3 p.m.
195 Farmington Avenue
Suite 2000, Office 2001 and U203
Farmington, CT 06030
- From UConn Health, 195 is the building just past the American Red Cross on the right.
- Park in visitor parking.
- Take the stairs or elevator to the second floor.
- Primary Office 2001: Walk through the doorway and enter Suite 2000 Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offices via the double wooden doors on your right. Student Behavioral Health is the first office on the left.
- Alternate Office U203: Walk through the doorway and turn right. Office U203 will be on your left and labeled “Student Mental Health Clinic.”
Comprehensive outpatient care for a wide variety of health concerns such as:
- Eating issues
- Substance use issues
- Stress management
- Crisis management
- Transitional issues
- LGBT issues
- Relationship/roommate issues
Counseling services provided include:
- Stress management
- Individual counseling
- Medication management
- Referrals for substance use evaluations in the community
The SBHS services are free. There is no co-pay and you do not need to use your insurance.
In general, your medical information is private and can only be shared with others if you give written permission. Please see the only exceptions to this general statement in the Student Handbook, 2.E. Impaired Student Policy. Documentation is maintained in the provider’s office in a double-locked fashion.
Kripalu is a yoga health and wellness retreat center in the Berkshires. Students are invited to attend for a week and enjoy the benefits of meditation and whole foods. To register, call 877-756-9705.
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