Counseling Services

The Women's Resource Center offers FREE in-person and remote (tele-health) mental health care. 

We are committed to providing trauma-responsive counseling care to all UNM students, staff, and faculty members. Our goal is to promote and normalize mental health awareness through free counseling, crisis intervention, support groups, and referral resources.

We seek to make, safe and inclusive, mental health care accessible to the UNM community regardless of gender identity, sex, race, ability status, age, sexual orientation, economic class, or religious affiliation.

If you are struggling with:

  • Stress/Anxiety
  • Academic pressure
  • Depression
  • Bad Days/Transitions
  • Relationship issues
  • Traumatic experiences

Or any other life issue, you don’t have to go through this alone. We are here to help!

Please e-mail or call (505) 277-3716 for more information or to make an appointment! 


** Our counseling services are made available through a partnership between the UNM WRC and the UNM Counselor Education Program. This allows us to ensure you receive competent and ethical services delivered by advanced graduate-level counseling students—who are supervised by both a licensed counselor site coordinator and licensed faculty in the Counselor Education Program.