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Welcome to the MSU Denver Counseling Center

Balancing the demands of college life can be difficult. In addition to academic requirements, there are financial pressures, relationship issues, and job stressors that can leave you feeling beat up and worn out. The Counseling Center staff can help you find ways to manage difficult times and provide you with a comforting place to examine your life and learn more about yourself so you can realize your potential. Students are encouraged to make an appointment for their first visit.


To learn more about our specific services, please click on the buttons below.


Counseling Center Remote Services During Period of Limited Operations

In order to be compliant with the social distancing recommendations in mitigating the community spread of the Coronavirus, our Counseling Center staff has taken several steps to maintain professional connections with our clients.
Effective Tuesday, March 17th from 12:00 noon we will be operating remotely so that we can continue to provide therapeutic support to our current and prospective clients. If you already have a scheduled appointment in March or April, with one of our mental health clinicians, they will be reaching out to you through our telebehavioral platform. 
If you had been placed on our waitlist you will also be contacted so that we can offer support and resources for you.
New clients are always welcome and we will continue our Triage services for emergencies and crises. 
In order to connect with you remotely it is important that we have your Consent and an Informed Consent Form for Telebehavioral Treatment. A telebehavioral form will be sent to you by one of our mental health professionals. 
For any mental health-related concerns, please call 303-615-9902 and leave a message with your telephone number and 900 ID so that one of us can get back with you promptly, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. After 5:00 p.m., and on weekends and holidays, you may call our after-hours crisis line at 303-615-9911.
During this period of social isolation we realize the importance of human connection and healing, even more so. Our efforts continue to be focused on our students and clients in relationship with their families and communities of care.
Do remember to keep up with the status of the Coronavirus through MSU Denver's link at:

Clinical Document Copies

Attached are copies of our Disclosure Form; HIPAA Privacy Statement; and Informed Consent for Telebehavioral Health. These documents will be discussed in your telebehavioral sessions. Please use this link to download the documents: Consent Document

Upcoming Screening Events

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National Eating Disorders Awareness and Screening Day will be held on Wednesday, February 19, 2020, from 11-2 p.m., in the Tivoli Garage Lounge, Room 257.  This  Program educates and screens individuals for eating disorders and connects those who may be at-risk with local treatment resources. Many resources will be available on risk factors, how to help a friend or family member, and clarifies the treatment process.

Interactive exercises are provided as well as documentaries are shown on Eating Disorders, its impact, and how to reduce its symptoms. Many educational resources and pamphlets will be available as well.

Free, healthy, refreshments are served.

Open to the entire Auraria Campus and Denver Metro Community.

National Alcohol Awareness Screening Day (NASD) and Cannabis Screening will be held on Wednesday, April 8, 2020, from 11-2 p.m in the Tivoli Garage Lounge, Rm. 257. This program is an outreach, education, and screening initiative that raises awareness about harmful and dependent drinking behaviors , marijuana use and abuse and connects individuals who are at risk with treatment options.

Interactive exercises are provided as well as documentaries are shown on Substance Abuse Disorders, their impact, and how to reduce its symptoms. Many educational resources and pamphlets will be available as well.

Mocktails and refreshments will be served.

Open to the entire Auraria Campus and Denver Metro Community.

GateKeeper Trainings

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The Counseling Center, Health Center at Auraria and the CARE Team have partnered to offer "GateKeeper Trainings: Identifying and Referring Students at Risk"; for the Spring 2020 semester.

These sessions are open to Faculty, Administrators and Staff who are often first line responders. The sessions last for two hours and advanced registration is required. 

To register please click the following link: GateKeeper Trainings

Online Assessment

woman computer online assessmentMany students have little, free, unscheduled time to pursue the types of self-care that they would like. We have made it possible for you to do an online screening for eating disorders, alcohol, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, and bipolar disorder through our website. After clicking on the button below use "METROSTATE" for your password. Then select the screening that you would like to take. Results are communicated instantly. Share your results when you come in for a visit.

Take a FREE Online Assessment:

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Contact Us

Office Location:
Tivoli Student Union (TV)

Office Number:

Phone Number:
303 615-9988

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