Center for Well-Being
Welcome to the Center for Well-Being, an integrated health and well-being center, partnering the services of:
- Health Services
- Counseling and Psychological Services
- Health Promotion, Resilience and Violence Prevention
The integrated care model allows partner areas to work together in a coordinated way, to serve students and the University community more efficiently from one location. The Center for Well-Being provides compassionate care, expertise and resources to help members of our community thrive in and out of the classroom.
35 S. Finn Street (between Summit and Grand Avenues) • St. Paul Campus • 651-962-6750
Watch our video on opening the Center for Well-Being
Health Services provides high quality, patient-centered health care that promotes the health and well-being of the entire St. Thomas community.
Our services include:
- Primary Care
- Psychiatric Care
- Sports Physicals
- Travel Clinic
- Urgent Care
- Wellness Services
Visit the Health Services site for hours and more information.
Counseling and Psychological Services
Counseling & Psychological Services promotes the mental health, interpersonal relationships, and academic performance of University of St. Thomas students. We contribute to a healthy campus learning environment by providing psychological services to all who work, train, and study at the University.
Our services include:
- Group Counseling
- Crisis Counseling
- Alcohol Assessment
Visit the Counseling and Psychological Services site for hours and more information.
Health Promotion, Resilience and Violence Prevention
Health Promotion assists in developing healthy lifestyle choices and promoting behaviors that result in enhanced well-being. We focus on developing the whole person by offering programs, resources, and educational material on resilience, health promotion and disease prevention.
- Comprehensive Health Promotion
- Outreach programs that address
- Sexual Health
- Physical Activity
- Alcohol and other drugs
- Mental Well-Being
Our Mind • Body Space fosters the connection between mind and body with:
- Stress Management techniques
- Relaxation techniques
- Meditation, Yoga, and more
Visit the Health Promotion site for hours and more information.
Violence Prevention works to decrease the number of people in our community who experience power-based personal violence, which includes sexual assault, harassment, dating and domestic violence and stalking. We work to empower every member of the St. Thomas community to play an active role in violence prevention, increase individuals' ability to respond compassionately to victim/survivors of sexual violence and ensure a trauma-informed response to sexual misconduct at the University of St. Thomas.
Visit the Violence Prevention page for upcoming events and information.