A person’s identity is multi-faceted and includes racial background(s), ethnicity, sexual orientation, non-binary identifications, gender non-confirming identities, religious beliefs, cultural customs, values, ways of thinking, etc. We help students struggling with concerns around their specific identity.
It is essential for providers to listen for various signs of mental health concerns so your needs, as you express them, can be heard. Finding a provider who suits your cultural needs is important to get the best care. Culture plays a central role in life and health.
Get more information on what you’re experiencing by selecting your identity. We understand that there are some intersecting identities, and we hope you will explore the resources that best meet those needs.