Telehealth/Online Services

Counseling and Wellness Services now has partnerships with three organizations to offer greater access, range, and diversity of mental healthcare to our students.

Telus: Through the telehealth platform Telus Health Student Support, all Bowdoin students have free access to crisis management and short-term counseling via text chats, phone calls, and video sessions, as well as an extensive library of online educational and coping resources.  Support is available internationally.

Togetherall.com is an online mental health community (“clinically moderated peer support”) available to all students, 24/7/365. Through this site, students can anonymously offer and receive peer-to-peer support for mental health concerns. The site is also monitored by licensed therapists in case of crisis. This resource may be especially helpful for students feeling isolated or alone. Togetherall also features educational content and self-assessments.

LifeStance: We will also be collaborating locally with LifeStance to offer a robust network of providers in Maine (covered by a student’s insurance) that will prioritize our students for services that include counseling, psychiatric care, and psychological assessment.  If you’d like assistance in setting up an appointment with a LifeStance provider, please contact us