What We Offer
Call to learn more: (413) 545-2337
Services at the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health (CCPH) include:
- Crisis intervention
- Individual, couples and family therapy
- Group therapy
- Behavioral medicine
- Psychiatric services
- Suicide prevention training
- Consultation and education
Examples of a crisis include:
• suicidal or homicidal thoughts or impulses;
• sexual or physical assault;
• hearing voices or otherwise misperceiving reality; or
• overwhelming loss, such as a death in the family.
People experiencing a psychological or emotional crisis often need immediate help. If you or someone you know is in crisis, remember that CCPH's emergency services are available 24/7/365.
During regular business hours, call (413) 545-2337. After
5 p.m., on weekends or holidays, call UHS, (413) 577-5000.
In a life-threatening emergency, always call 911.
Individual therapy is time to discuss your concerns one-on-one with a therapist. Sessions for partners and family offer a supportive environment to work on relationship issues. Services are based on a short-term, intermittent therapy model. Learn more about therapy.
Therapy groups bring people with similar concerns together with therapists, for a range of insight and support. Learn more about group therapy.
Programs include stress management, relaxation and biofeedback, a technique which can help you manage your body’s reactions; our experts also staff UHS’ mind/body medicine clinic.
Increased understanding of the mind-body connection has led to development of effective medical treatments for a variety of mental health problems. CCPH's psychiatric services can assist in the healing process.
Learning the facts and signs around suicide may save a life. Call the CCPH office, (413) 545-2337, for information.
Assessments for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and learning disabilities are available through the CCPH.
CCPH offers presentations on subjects of interest to students, faculty and staff, and the community. Topics can include:
• Adjusting to Campus Life;
• Coping with the Holidays;
• Date Rape and Sexual Assault;
• Depression and Suicide;
• Eating and Body Image;
• Emotional Intelligence;
• Grief, Trauma & Critical Incident Debriefing;
• Healthy Relationships;
• Sexual Decisionmaking;
• Stress Management;
• Team Conflict and Communication;
• Teambuilding and Leadership; and
• Time Management.
Call CCPH, (413) 545-2337 for more information or to schedule a program.