We understand that different situations require different types of support. If you’re feeling unsafe or are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call 911 or contact Public Safety at 617-747-8888.

The mission of Counseling Services is to assist students in pursuing their artistry, goals, and personal development toward a fulfilling Berklee experience. We accomplish this by offering a range of mental health services in an inclusive, affirming, and student-centered environment, rooted in compassionate and ethical care.

Whether you prefer to speak with a counselor or explore resources on your own, we’re here to support you.

Speak with a Counselor

We offer goal-focused counseling sessions, working to empower you to make the changes you want to see in your daily life. 

This program provides Black, Indigenous, and other racial and ethnic marginalized–identifying Berklee students with drop-in sessions facilitated by Berklee counselors who identify as people of color.

A licensed clinician meets regularly with a small group of people to discuss, interact, and explore personal challenges with one another.

The TELUS Health app offers 24/7 crisis, real-time, brief, and solution-focused counseling with a dedicated clinician over phone, chat/text, or video, or in person.

Meet with a Berklee Counselor to support your access to Gender Affirming Surgery and HRT. 

Your case manager can help you navigate this process.

Access Self-Guided Resources

  • SilverCloud

    You can use SilverCloud, an online mental health platform, to build resilience, manage your anxiety or depression, and develop skills to manage stress and sleep issues.

  • Emotional Well-Being Questionnaire

    You can access free, confidential, and anonymous online mental health screening tools that provide resources for you or for a loved one. 

  • Organizations, Hotlines, and Resources

    Explore self-help resources, hotlines, and organizations that provide information and support for a variety of topics.