Concerns may include: feeling overwhelmed, trouble sleeping, upset stomach, change in mood, feeling depressed, wondering if this course or program will ever end.
SilverCloud is available for free to all NU students and offers secure, immediate access to online CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) programs, tailored to your specific needs. SilverCloud offers the following program topics:
Looking for counseling services on your own can sometimes feel overwhelming as some insurance providers make it a bit more complicated than others. The following list will guide you through some different ways to explore options. If you are having any trouble locating providers in-network or if you do not have health insurance and are looking for counseling options, don’t hesitate to reach out to the Student Wellness department for support and assistance (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you are working and your company offers an Employee Assistance Plan (EAP) this can be a great place to start! If you call the EAP they will do all of the legwork of finding you a provider and the costs will be completely covered (as it will be through the EAP not your health insurance). These are short term therapy options but can get you support quickly as you work on connecting with a therapist with your health insurance.
First, you will want to go to your health insurance providers website and see if it allows you to search for mental health (or behavioral health) providers. If you aren't finding online options easily, there should be a phone number you can call on the back of your insurance card. You can then filter by any preferences you may have (gender, those accepting new patients, etc.). When reviewing the list that is then populated, you can do a few things as Student Wellness doesn’t recommend calling all of the numbers listed, you will end up leaving a lot of voicemails. Here is what you could do with the list:
1. Note any providers that have the same phone number and address listed, google the phone number, which will then sometimes pull up a mental health organization/group. You can then call that group, inquire about availability, and let them know your insurance information.
2. You can use Psychology Today to google the names of the providers on the list to see who has a profile listed on the website to learn more about them. If you are interested in exploring therapy with them, you can send them an email inquiry via the website.
Click here to explore Psychology Today's website to learn more about therapists that are available in your area. You can filter your search by accepted insurance, areas of expertise, and other criteria.
This can be a great resource to look into providers found via health insurance lists to learn more about mental health providers before selecting someone.
A non-profit nationwide network of mental health professionals dedicated to affordable, in-office and online psychotherapy individual sessions between $30 and $60 after a one-time lifetime membership fee ($59).
Check out the Eligibility page to learn if using Open Path would be the best fit for your situation.
You can also read their FAQ page to learn more about their services and how it works.
You can also explore their listing of therapists to see if there is someone in your area.
The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Veterans Village of San Diego provides high-quality mental healthcare services accessible to all post-9/11 veterans (including National Guard and Reserves), their families, and the families of active duty service members including spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers, and others.
Services are available regardless of discharge status, role while in uniform or combat experience.
YMCA Behavioral and Mental Health Services offer counseling supports to residents of San Diego County on a sliding scale resource.
2929 Meade Ave
San Diego, CA 92116
Center for Mindful Relationships (formerly First Avenue Counseling Centre) is a non-profit agency dedicated to providing low-fee counseling services to San Diego families.