Student Support

Wellness & Support Resources

  • Student Health & Well-Being provides primary care and mental health services for students and trainees on all Hopkins campuses.
  • SilverCloud is a Behavioral Health Self-Guided and Coaching program centered on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with tools to deal with stress, anxiety, and mild depression
  • The Department of Spiritual Care & Chaplaincy provides prayer, careful and sensitive listening, encouragement and comfort, exploration of hope, religious rituals, end of life care discussions, provision of sacred literature and devotional items, and assistance with religious/dietary observances. Please review the website for weekly worship services (Catholic Mass, Prayer time with the Chaplain, Jewish Minyan, Muslim Jumah Prayer, and Mindful Pause) as well as chapels and quiet places.
  • TimelyCare
    • TalkNow: 24/7 on-demand connection with a provider.
    • Scheduled Counseling: on-going televideo counseling from a licensed provider.
    • Psychiatry: Short-term, teletherapy psychiatry appointments for those who otherwise lack prompt access to psychiatry. Please contact JHSAP to receive an access code for TimelyCare psychiatry.
  • Workshops and Outreach including consultations and programs for JHU learners through the Counseling Center and the Center for Health Education and Well-Being
    • Examples:
      • Anxiety & Stress Management Skills Workshop
      • Mindfulness Workshops
      • Physical Well-Being (sleep, body image, nutrition, yoga)
      • Sexual Well-Being
      • Alcohol and Other Drugs
      • Healthy Relationships and Gender Violence Prevention
      • Emotional and Mental Well-Being (stress, mindfulness, meditation)
      • Holistic Well-Being (overview of all dimensions of well-being)
      • Professional Well-Being
  • Online Drop-In Groups provided by the Counseling Center offer support for a broad range of concerns
    • Examples:
      • Student or learner who holds a racial/ethnic minoritized identity to discuss strengths and challenges related to identity and/or racial trauma
      • Asians and Asian Americans of all ethnic backgrounds to explore the impact of their culture, heritage and identity on mental health and wellness
      • LGBTQ+ students to explore and discuss their needs, joy, and concerns related to this area of identity that they hold
      • Emotional Adulting skills group designed to help you work with your emotions from a space of compassion, awareness, non-judgment, and curiosity
  • Physician Support Line:  700 + volunteer psychiatrists helping U.S. physicians and medical students with a free and confidential service. Open 7 days, 8 am- 1 am EST. 1-888-409-0141
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255)
  • 988: Here2Help hotline for emergency emotional support. 24/7 access to specialists who provide, free, confidential mental health support.

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