Mental Health Services at USC Student Health
View mental health and counseling services for the spring semester. Looking to connect with a counselor? Book a telehealth visit on MySHR. Interested in sharing with others? Check out the Zoom-based “Let’s Talk” outreaches or our ongoing therapy groups.
All services are provided by licensed clinicians who are faculty in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Keck Medicine of USC.
Mindful USC is a service from the Office of the Provost with a mission to empower the USC community to make positive change in the world by building a culture of mindfulness and compassion. It offers ongoing training, practice groups and more.
Download the Mindful USC app to practice mindfulness, learn more about mindfulness classes and activities, listen to guided meditations and participate in mindfulness challenges.
Campus Support & Intervention
Campus Support & Intervention (CSI) is an office within the Office of Campus Wellbeing and Crisis Intervention. CSI staff members assist students, faculty and staff in navigating complex issues. Whether you are seeking support for yourself or someone else, CSI staff members are available to help you problem solve, understand options and connect with resources. Please note that the department is not an emergency resource and is not available 24/7. In case of an emergency, please contact the Department of Public Safety at 213-740-4321.
CSI staff members connect with members of the USC community when they need support in achieving their academic, professional and/or personal goals. Staff can provide consultation over the phone to learn more about your individual situation, provide guidance and help you connect with relevant campus and community resources.
If you would like to get in touch with a CSI staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (213) 740-0411.
Trojans Care for Trojans
Trojans Care for Trojans (TC4T) is an initiative within the Office of Campus Wellbeing and Crisis Intervention that empowers USC students, faculty and staff to take action when they are concerned about a fellow Trojan challenged with personal difficulties.
This private and anonymous request form provides an opportunity for Trojans to help a member of our Trojan Family.
Note: If you are concerned about someone who has experienced sexual/gender-based harm, please contact the confidential services at Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention Services (213-740-4900). If you would like to report an instance of sexual/gender-based harm, you can contact the Title IX Office (213-740-5086).
Each TC4T submission will be reviewed and responded to by a staff member from Campus Support & Intervention (CSI) within the Office of Campus Wellbeing and Crisis Intervention. For more information, contact CSI at (213) 740-0411.
Office of the Ombuds
The Office of the Ombuds is a safe and confidential place to share any USC conflict-related issues and concerns. The term “ombuds” may be unfamiliar as it originally stems from a Swedish word, “ombudsman.” Essentially, ombuds are designated “neutrals” who facilitate the informal resolution of conflict. The ombuds at USC are trained by the International Ombudsman Association and operate under the pillars of confidentiality, impartiality, informality and independence.
Ombuds will work with you by impartially listening to your concerns, providing neutral perspectives, brainstorming possible options, weighing strategies, identifying relevant policies and resources, and providing conflict and communication coaching. Additionally, the ombuds can provide conflict management assistance by facilitating conversations and mediating issues.
If you would like additional information, please visit our website. To make an appointment with the University Park Campus ombuds, please call (213) 821-9556 or email email@example.com. To make an appointment with the Health Sciences Campus ombuds, please call (323) 442-0382 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that we are not an emergency resource and are not available 24/7. In case of an emergency, please contact the Department of Public Safety at (213) 740-4321.
Ask Ari provides data-driven recommendations, resources, and references on wellbeing issues like stress management, sleep hygiene, habits, mood, productivity, relationships, and more. Ask Ari connects students to USC resources while also leading them through self-reflection activities to better understand and address their wellbeing needs. Private and available 24/7. Students can access Ask Ari by visiting askari.usc.edu or downloading the app. Hear what students are saying about Ask Ari in this short video.