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Counseling Center
Discover professional resources available for individual, couple, or group counseling at the BYU-Idaho Counseling Center.

Emergency Contact: National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline available 24/7 Call or Text 988

Eligible Students Welcome at the BYU-Idaho Counseling Center

The BYU-Idaho Counseling Center values diversity and equality. We realize that discrimination, prejudice, and systemic forms of power and privilege impact the lives of our students. As a mental health agency, we seek to affirm diversity, condemn oppression in every form, and encourage use of our services by all BYU-Idaho students. Eligible* students of all race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, age, disability, socioeconomic status, religious belief (or nonbelief), and sexual orientation are welcome for counseling services. We seek to help all feel welcomed, respected, and appreciated. All counseling services are confidential and not part of a student’s academic record.

* Students are eligible to meet with a mental health counselor if they are assigned to a track, registered for at least 6 credits, and reside in the state of Idaho.

"My counselor is an outstanding individual who has changed my life forever.... I'll never forget all that I learned here."
_BYU-Idaho Student
Manage stress, anxiety, depression, and more with an interactive, web-based program.
Call or visit the office to schedule an appointment.
Call hotlines for crisis intervention, emotional support, and resource referrals.
Emotion and stress management workshops for all BYU-Idaho students and employees.
Our staff is here to listen to your concerns and help you.
Follow proper steps to help friend or loved one.
Mental health therapy, premarital and marital counseling, and group support.
Learn techniques to reduce symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress.
Healing, Outreach, Prevention, and Education Council.