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Finding someone to talk to

Sometimes what you’re dealing with is too big to figure out on your own. Boise State has a host of professionals to help you work through your challenges. Here are a few places to start.

Counseling Services

Work with a licensed counselor or psychologist to tap into your strengths and address concerns that might otherwise keep you from reaching your goals. They offer individual, multi-person couples, and group counseling.

Learn more about Counseling Services

Gender Equity Center

The Gender Equity Center team is supportive, compassionate and eager to help. They have two licensed master social workers that provide no-cost, confidential support services like case management, advocacy, resources and referrals to counseling. They specialize in helping students – and all campus members – with issues related to identity, gender, relationships, and difficult life transitions.

See how the Gender Equity Center team can help you

Conflict Management Resource Center

If you need help working through a conflict with someone in your life – your roommate, a family member, team member or co-worker – the Conflict Management Resource Center can give you some tools and guidance to move forward.

Learn more about the Conflict Management Resource Center
Counseling and Mental Health

Community Resources

Catholic Charities of Idaho

Counseling, adult education, immigration legal services, youth support, and financial wellness services

Idaho Youth Ranch Telemental Health

Help for clients aged 8 to 24, clinicians are particularly trained to address childhood trauma.

Boise Rescue Mission Ministries

counseling, mental health, addiction recovery services

Crisis Text Line

Text 741741 to connect with a crisis counselor.