Counseling Services

Therapy Assistance Online (TAO)

Therapy Assistance Online
When appropriate, UCC utilizes a combination of in-person therapy and online tools called TAO. Students complete modules and activities outside of therapy sessions then discuss progress during in-person meetings with their therapist.

TAO Self-Enrolled Self-Help
TAO Self-Help is a confidential online library of interactive educational materials and practice tools to help you better understand and manage your thoughts, feelings and behaviors.

To learn more about TAO and how to sign up for TAO Self-Enrolled Self-Help, click here.


ThrivingCampus is an online directory for Pitt students to access a list of off-campus, licensed mental health clinicians, whom provide outpatient services for students. The website includes various guides and resources that assist students through the process of securing off-campus care.
To learn more about ThrivingCampus, click here



Screening Tools
Let's Talk

"Let's Talk" is a drop-in service that offers informal, confidential consultation with a clinician from the University of Pittsburgh Counseling Center. Clinicians hold drop-in hours at various on-campus locations during the academic year to meet student where they're at. Click here to learn more about "Let's Talk."

Outreach and Education

University Counseling Center clinicians are available to provide comprehensive outreach education programs, presentations and workshops to all members of the University community, including students, faculty and staff on a wide variety of mental health topics. Click here to request an Outreach.


"Drop-in" workshops are interactive and focus on a variety of concerns that are common among college students including stress management, test anxiety, healthy relationships, and coping skills.  Click here to learn more about workshops at UCC.

Drop-In Services

Any student interested in services at UCC, or requiring support for an urgent or crisis situation may present to the UCC at any time during walk-in hours to speak with a clinician. No appointment is necessary.

Walk in hours are Monday through Friday from 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm.

24-Hour Crisis Response

After 5 p.m. and on weekends, students can call the UCC at 412.648.7930 and get immediate help.

Group Counseling

Group counseling is an effective way to address issues common among college students.  Groups are facilitated by clinicians and provide a safe environment to discuss problems with others who are dealing with similar concerns.  A variety of groups are offered every semester to address the unique needs of our students. Click here to learn more about groups at UCC.

Individual Counseling

Short-term, one-on-one sessions bi-weekly with a clinician.

Couples and Relationship Counseling

Available to individuals of all gender identities, sexual orientations and relationship orientations who are involved in an ongoing, committed relationship. All members must be an enrolled student at the University and currently registered for classes to be eligible for services.

Care Coordination and Referrals

Care Coordinators are available to assist students in connecting to on and off campus resources based on request or need. Care Coordination appointments can be requested by any enrolled student at the University.

Sexual Harassment Assault Response and Education (SHARE)

Sexual Harassment Assault Response and Education (SHARE) is a program which provides completely confidential individual or group counseling to any Pitt student who has experienced sexual violence, (i.e., rape/sexual assault, relationship violence, sexual harassment, and/or stalking). The SHARE program is also committed to prevention, education, and training on Pitt's campus.  Events and trainings are offered throughout the academic year.  Click here to learn more about SHARE programs and services.

Substance Use Services

Individual and group therapy services are provided for all interested students. Click here to learn more about Substance Use Services.

Psychiatry Services

Psychiatry services are offered to students through the Student Health Center. Click here to learn more.