Services for SOE
Update for School of Education Students
Students enrolled in in-person programs at the School of Education (SOE) are eligible for Counseling Center services. The following programs are considered “in-person” programs:
- ITGL (International Teaching and Global Leadership)
- Special Education
- UT (Urban Teachers-Baltimore cohort)
- Ph.D. programs
**Students in other SOE programs can access free, confidential mental health support 24/7 by calling the Johns Hopkins Student Assistance Program (JHSAP). To make an appointment with a JHSAP clinician via televideo or in person in East Baltimore or Washington, DC, call 443.287.7000, email email@example.com, or visit Request an Appointment | Johns Hopkins Student Assistance Program (jhsap.org). Other free resources available to JHU students include scheduled mental telehealth appointments and TalkNow 24/7 support via Timely Care. Please visit Emotional & Mental – Johns Hopkins University Student Well-Being (jhu.edu) for a full list of resources and details.**
For SOE students in the above programs, the below services and programs will be available at the Counseling Center.
Chat with a Counselor *Special SOE Hours*
Meet the new Counseling Center liaison to the School of Education, Andrea Regenberg, LCSW-C! Andrea is experiencing in working with undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of backgrounds and is excited to be working with the SOE students. Learn more about Andrea here.
Andrea will be available on-site at the SOE in Room 131 for Chat with a Counselor hours. During these visits, students can ask questions about mental health, learn strategies to manage stress/academics/life, and also learn about mental health resources and services at JHU. If you would like to talk with Andrea, click here to sign up and reserve your spot!
The Counseling Center offers individual counseling, relationship counseling, group therapy and psychiatric medication management for eligible students. Click here to learn about engaging in clinical services through the Counseling Center. Students begin with a remote Initial Consultation (IC) appointment to receive support, discuss concerns, and develop a plan to reach their goals.
Mental Health Workshops
These workshops are skills-based sessions that focus on particular topics and/or areas of mental health. Most are offered through Zoom (unless indicated that it is an in-person workshop), and some strongly encourage regular attendance. Click here to learn about all the Mental Health Workshops that are offered.
Drop-in groups focus on creating community around specific identities or topics.
This Spring, we are excited to offer the Asian & Asian-American Identity and Mental Health Discussion Series, a collaboration between the Counseling Center, School of Education faculty, and the Center for Diversity and Inclusion!
Wednesday, April 8 5:30-6:30pm in the CDI lounge (Center for Diversity and Inclusion)
This month’s discussion focuses on honoring and recognizing the various intersecting identities and countries of origin within the Asian, Asian-American and Asian international diaspora. Join us for a facilitated discussion on Asian identity, how racial/ethnic identification can impact health and wellness, and how identities grow and change during the college and graduate school experience.
Facilitated by SOE faculty Dr. Hsin-ya Tang and Dr. Yiying Xiong, with support from the Counseling Center. Register on Hopkins Groups.
Click here to learn about all of the drop-in groups that will be offered.
Referral Assistance is available to students who want to seek services in the community or whose needs are better addressed by off-campus mental health providers. Students can meet directly with referral case managers for further assistance.
Crisis Intervention and Support
Crisis support is available 24/7. Students can call 410-516-8278 and press “1” to get connected to the on-call counselor. In addition, students can connect to the JHU Behavioral Health Crisis Support Team (BHCST) by calling Public Safety at 410-516-4600 and requesting to connect to a BHCST mental health clinician.
**Students who are not eligible for Counseling Center services can access free, confidential mental health support 24/7 by calling the Johns Hopkins Student Assistance Program (JHSAP). To make an appointment with a JHSAP clinician via televideo or in person in East Baltimore or Washington, DC, call 443.287.7000, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit Request an Appointment | Johns Hopkins Student Assistance Program (jhsap.org). Please visit Emotional & Mental – Johns Hopkins University Student Well-Being (jhu.edu) for a full list of resources and details.**