Our counseling and health services are available to all those who need help with stress, anxiety, and mental health during this challenging time. Please do not hesitate to reach out for support.

  • Health Services Appointments

    Effective April 13, 2020, all Regis College Health Services appointments will be conducted via telehealth using the online platform doxy.me. All patient visits will now be performed with both video and audio. This applies to sick visits, all prescription refills and consults. Visits will no longer be conducted by telephone (audio) only. There is no additional cost to you to use this platform. For more information or to schedule a telehealth appointment, please call Health Services at 781.768.7290 and leave a voice message. Your call will be returned during business hours the same day or the following business day, if after hours. You can also email Health Services to schedule an appointment.

  • Virtual Counseling Sessions

    Counseling sessions via phone and video conferencing weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. To speak with a member of the counseling staff, students should call the Counseling Center at 781.768.7290 or email Kathryn Klickstein, Director of Counseling to schedule an appointment.

  • Talk One2One

    Talk One2One is a free, confidential, phone counseling service that provides immediate support to students wanting to speak with a counselor right away. Students can call if they are in crisis and speak with a mental health professional who will assess the situation and help connect the student with support as needed. Students do not need to be in crisis to utilize this service. People who are feeling overwhelmed and in need of “in the moment” support can call to talk with a counselor. Please note that Talk One2One does not provide ongoing counseling.

    Students simply call 1.800.756.3124 anytime 24/7.

    There is no cost to students for using this service.

  • Coping with COVID-19 Anxiety

    It is completely normal to be experiencing a wide range of emotions during these unprecedented times. This COVID-19 Anxiety Workbook is a good tool to help build resiliency during these difficult times.

    To learn more about healthy coping strategies for managing COVID-19, Anxiety and Depression Association of America Psychologist Jelena Kecmanovic provides science-based strategies and tips for coping with COVID-19 anxiety.

    Additional Resources

  • Domestic Violence Resources

    As we continue to care for our Regis community, we know that domestic violence is a real and significant issue. If you or someone you know needs help, please visit the following resources that can be accessed remotely during this time:

    Non-Emergency Texting Line

    The Middlesex District Attorney's Office has launched a new dedicated text line. This line will provide victims with direct access to a victim witness advocate via text message. The line provides the opportunity for victims in non-emergency situations to have live interaction with an advocate in the District Attorney’s Office without having to say a word. Victims can now reach an advocate during regular office hours (8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.) via text message at 781.281.4066. The line is not monitored 24/7 and should not be used as an emergency line.

    Additional Services for Domestic Violence and Sexual Survivors

    Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito announced expanded services for anyone not safe at home during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order. SafeLink, the Commonwealth’s statewide, 24/7 toll-free and confidential domestic violence hotline, is now also providing support to survivors of sexual assault. Call the SafeLink hotline at 877.785.2020 to get help and advocacy. Judges are also available 24 hours a day to process restraining orders. Call the Massachusetts Trial Court help line at 1.833.91.COURT, press 1 for the District Court division. For all emergencies, please call 911. See additional resources here.

  • Free Meditation and Relaxation Tools

    Free Meditation and Relaxation Apps

    • Sanvello (premium level is free right now)
    • Calm
    • Insight Timer
    • Stop, Breathe and Think


Coping with COVID-19 Stress

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Practice Self Care
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Connect Virtually
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Take Breaks

Take Care of Yourself

  • Eat healthy, well balanced meals
  • Exercise regularly. Check out @Regis.Fit on Instagram for exercise videos and advice from the Regis Strength and Conditioning team.
  • Get plenty of sleep
  • Take deep breaths, stretch, and meditate

Connect Virtually

  • Talk with people you trust about how you are feeling
  • Look for apps that are built to help with anxiety, mindfulness, and social connections. Regis' Occupational Therapy Instagram shares several recommendations that may help

Take Breaks

  • From news and social media
  • Make time to unwind and do activities you enjoy
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Nine Tips for Quarantining

Humans are social creatures. Regis Assistant Professor Shari Harding shares one of the nine tips on how to stay connected and take care of yourself during quarantine with Parade Magazine.

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Online Mental Health Resources

Regis has partnered with SilverCloud, a clinically proven, confidential online mental health platform to help students build resilience and manage anxiety, depression, stress, and sleep issues.

To sign up, visit the silvercloud website and choose "Regis College (MA)" from the drop-down list. To confirm your eligibility, you will need to use your regiscollege.edu email address.

Contacting the Regis Counseling Center

Our counseling staff is available to speak with you and can be reached via email or phone at:

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Counseling Services

We are located in the rear of Maria Hall inside of Health Services