Emotional & Psychological Health

The emotional stress of a major life change such as this may be overwhelming.  Temple University has two offices on campus, free of charge, that can assist you with dealing with this stress.

Tuttleman Counseling Services

Tuttleman Counseling services is staffed with psychiatrists, psychologists, and counselors to help grieve and cope with major life events.  Their ours are listed below and they have specific walk-in times as well.  In the event of an emergency on campus please call 215.204.1234.

Licensed psychologists and counselors can provide you with individual, couple, and group counseling, as well as consultation, education and referral to other resources on campus or nearby. Some common issues that are addressed, individually or in groups, include: depression, anxiety, relationship problems, stress, eating disorders, loss and grief, procrastination; shyness, self-esteem, family problems, sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues, racism, sexism, academic performance, and career decisions.

Main Campus

1810 Liacouras Walk (5th floor)

Philadelphia, PA 19122

Telephone: (215) 204-7276
Hours for Main Campus
Office Hours

Mon – Fri, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Walk-In Clinic

Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, 10 AM to 1:30 PM

Wed 9 AM – 12 PM

For more information regarding Tuttleman Counseling Services please visit their website: Tuttleman Counseling Services.

 

HEART Wellness Resource Center

The Wellness Resource Center provides comprehensive wellness education, resources and prevention services that empower and support Temple University students in making informed, healthier choices in order to achieve emotional and academic success.

The Wellness Resource Center is located on the lower level of Mitten Hall at 1913 Broad Street.  For more information call 215.204.8435 or visit their website